A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature/Addenda et Corrigenda


Addenda et Corrigenda. (Articles markod * are additional). 1*n3S!, add Erub. 19 a . D15|TQ!$, for Y. Kil. Ill, read Y.Kil. VIII. ^GlK, for Men. X, 4, read Men. 66 b . D^liN, a/?er their stables., add Num. B.s^l^Lev.R. s.27 6; Tanh.EmorlO fpwax b5> hlbljn(?]W5N) animals reared in thy stables. Wtt^K, /or Sifre Deut. SO, read Sifre Deut. 81. i h i!$, add— [Men. 66 b rrrtp Tstt! 'k, read: aiax.] ^3!$, after noblest sons., add 2) (in an evil sense) stubborn. Ber. 17 b , v. worra. bSN, add B. Mets. 47 b 'Na iNp, v. nan. bnjj I, arfrf Pes. 53 a Ms. M. (ed. toix, Eashi Var. bax). b35J II, /or Y. Ber., read Y. Ber. bitf, for M. Kat, 7 b , rearf M. Kat. 17 b ; — after Rejoicings, add M. Kat. 24 a .

  • TD/23!S, Y. Meg. Ill, 74" bot., read :

Dioiaajs;. "jlS, for Sabb. 66 a , read Sabb. 66 b . "]3i8, add—3)testicles. Mekh.B'shall. s. 5. ' PIti3ppn^, /or Y. Ber. IV, read Y. Ber. IX.

  • Dfl^K (b. h.) pr. n. m. Abraham,

the patriarch; mostly liiax 'X (abbre v. s"«) our father A.Ber.l3 a '{& SOlpn T=i '31 Qnat< he that speaks of Abraham as Abram transgresses alaw (Gen. XVII, 5). Yoma 28 b '31 W tl^tTibx Abraham's afternoon prayer began at the time &c. Keth. 2 a , a. e. 'Nn inina by the Lord of Abraham ! Gen. R. s. 39 ; a. v. fr.

  • 0*SN (b. h.) pr.n.m. Abram, 1) =

Abraham. Ber. 13 a '31 dlnnaN Win 'N Abram is the same as Abraham; at first he was the father of Aram, and afterwards the father of the whole world, lb/a Qnnasb 60ipin,v. annas — 2) A. an Amora. Gitt. 50 a fiWlh '«. h 5^i!^, after Esth. R. to III, 6 t)lS>, add; Matt. K. to Esth. I, 4 pap. fcKfitiJSSt, for Ps. 39 b , read Pes.39 b .

  • fcttfc$ = Ultt. Tosef. Kil. I, 12.

— 3fc$> before Snli. 101 b , raserf Targ. Job XXX, 18; a. e.— 1 h S5N, for ^nop, read unoip. JT13K, arfrf — 2) £Ae iise o/ tte verb niSfX T Y. Snh. Ill, 21 c bot. i$3*0i!<, for hogeg ibid. Ps., read hogeg Ps. Dl'ttpWJJ, for read . . . OlIsilMI* niaDil5N,readprob.tobereadDiaiain:iJ<; cmp. Lev. R. s. I 8 .

  • !"Pti^i II f. (nSN I; cmp. nSJ M/O

droj>; [b. h. mnix a smaH coin]. Midr. Till, to Ps. LXXV, 9 (ref. to nS.il, ib.) '=1 nnin nnx 'x "pas rymjiu ma (ed. Bub. XlSX) what thou hast drunk (of the cup of misery) was merely like one drop, but now &c; Yalk. ib. 813 103 nt-IN SOSX. "^lllS?, after myrrh fit for storage, add; Yalk. ib. 149 initx ima (corr. ace). Tosef. Dem. IV, 23, v. 'pO' 1 p. D^jiJ for wife's brother or kindred, read: wife's sister's husband. D h bjN , add Cmp. bsis>. SS33N, for Kadesh, read Kedesh.

  • ^3$ drop, v. rnisx ii.

'HM?, for MinniB, read! nifiahttJ. t"fl3fc$, /or a wife's disobedience, read a wife's or a husband's rebellion. "^S, /or Kan*!!*, read KannN. ^"iiSl adr? Yalk. Sam. 124 Nabs oininn (?)'. h *l$, after h *IlS!, a(M; Pa. in:*;— /or nmx Snunx, read iiwx minis. !^^ h ^yi, for store, read stove. FtO'lN!, for [earth], read 1) eartt, ground. Gen. K. s. 36. Ber. 36 a , a. fr. 'X!n ins &ma (abbrev. X'nSa); a. fr.— 2)

  • ffi53"I&5 f. (Bins) red color. Num.

K. s. 2 ' m's ihians 'ftw (ed.Wil. ihanx, corr. ace.) whose red color is not deep. ■ h i1S, for Kil. VII, read Kil. VIII. DW*ia h 31tf, add ; v., however, XiDpKX.

  • 3'"i!$, Targ. Buth IV, 4, read: 5>nx,

v. nxsmx. t t : - y?l$ifor Y - Ber. I, read Y. Ber. II. •"DtjjSl, add— PL nianx. Num. B. s. 2 1 < I^^ITTS, /or Tosef, read Tosaf. tV'bllK, /or Yalk.Ps.624, read Yalk. Ps. 623. "] h TD^tf, add Tosef. Ukts. I, 5 (ed. Zuck. 'i^lbaiS, corr. ace).

  • 1 h 33ifc* m. (v. ]iast<) aep. Targ. Y.

Gen. XLIV, 2 ; a. e.

  • K13 ! IS m. = h. ^ix rim (by which

to handle a basket be.).— PL 'pM'IN. B. Mets. 25 a , v. NSS.

  • Sm*l ta fl , i», v. NtllnsiN.

flK'IIS, add — 2) confession. Targ. Josh. VII, 19 ed. Lag. (oth. ed. nxniH). KfJ^TlK II. for (^> v - Xri^nix), read (ins,' v. KWi'^K). D^, addY. Sabb.III,10 c top, v. B^N. Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1025 KEttCK 1708 «3"1StK Xat3& h X, for Tosef. ib. IV, 7, read Tosef.'ib.'lVCV), 6, sq.

  • b& h X, Tosef. Par. VII (VI), 3, read :

bbX.

  • '] ! IB&' , X m. Spanish. Tosef. Bets.

II, i, v. b^Mp. "pX h ^SD h X, add (Talk. Is. 291 bWiB'w b^aip). X'HIIF&^/br a door turning, read a bolt moving; — after from the ankle, add, opp. St"0">b upright bolt.

  • o h inc h x, v. tan oh.

&ip b, t3B' l X, delefrom-Pl, to note 4)

  • 1D^tibS h X, Midr. Till, to Ps.

LXXVIII, 52 ed. Bub., read: •jSTtll&iK, v. bis^s. "pbftDB/X, for bfi^Bbs, read ybrste. fip^X, ue/ore V. yaipix, ado" Koh. R. to IX, 10 [read:] KhJIp-'SH S^BS yiBn 'si they covered the faces of the statues with mats.

  • tfiXEbp h X, Tosef. Ohol. XIV, 3,

read : rrisap^K , v. rVBj^N.

  • Xtflp' , X, Kph. R.toIX, 10, read:

snjipis, v. 'ppix.

  • "p*l1j&p h X, Y.Shebi. VIII, 38 a top,

read I'hJ'tipN , v. 'pIl'TON. X* X, for in the hands of the dyer, read in the hands of the weaver. XD h TX, v. 616* oh. ^X, add Num. R. s. 9 = &■&% i3tt) two heings that are named ish (God and the husband). Wit, for adoration, read blessed- ness; — before Y. Succ. Ill, insert Num. R.s.H 19 TsjOlU' 1 bttJ l^lia"^ the blessed- ness of Israel; — add 3) firmness, energy. Num. R. 1. o. Asher is named Oi) ?5> YlTOiN: for his energy (in executing the law).

  • bist^X, v. Mssfc.
  • X"!rnih*, v. sarrcte.

"jt"l h X after normal condition, add or strength. Mekh.B'shall. s. 6, v. Slpifi ;— fflfier essential, strong, add; hard; old. Mekh. 1. c. Sot. 46 b ;— before— 3), mserf Gen. B. s. 98, end 'Nil ya from the presence of the (Egyptian) men of power.

  • xbix, v . ttanK ii.

T ; t* t : DX h t3S&5X, for aflvi'as, read av- fHat; /or Athnias read Anthias. JTl&iX, /or Ms. M. SOS&K, read Ms. M. Xlbax; — add [V., however, Triton.] T2i h nabX, add Midr. Till, to Ps. • t : v XVIII, 8 'X iDia various kinds of hail. nibX, add — 3) dVi^x authorized judges. B.Kam. 84 a ,sq. '=1 '^Sa 'X these cases require authorized judges (Ex. XXII, 7, sq.), and there are none (in Babylonia). J-lbX, for the second of October, read the fourth of October. tVtittbX T, for I Sam XX, 10, read I Sam. XXI.10. J^bXjfflo'n'— .K&issfes. Ex.R.s>.15*; a. e.

  • ^1SSl5X m. (dXXocpauffojv) talking

in delirium. Tanh. ed. Bub., Mikkets 15 (not 'pbBlbtf).

  • !"ibX, Nif.rbxi (b.h.) to be spoiled,

rotten (morally). Midr. Till, to Ps. LIII, 4 SiJBM '31 yiMSa d^rfjJO rotten within and rotten without (ed. Bub. 'pma 'SO d^DSaa SUTlS'W'bal rotten without, and full of wickedness within) ; Yalk.ib. 770 '21 &ifij&e (corr. ace). XlH^ >X, before B. Kam, insert Targ. IChr.'xi, 11. DbX, add Pi. d^N to tie up, close, v. dto I. ItttibX, for v. ^ofe, read v. &Ma.

  • h X?bX pr. n. m. IVay, v. ■"»>.

CtiSftX, /or Y. Kel. read Y. Kil. " r : -' '

  • f M2X, v. litSH^.
  • " I SX j ^TX pr. n. m. Ammi, Immi,

name of several Amoraim, esp. A. bar Nathan. Gitt. 44 a . Y. Sabb. Ill, 5 d bot. Y. Meg. Ill, 74 a bot, Snh.l7 b ; a. v.fr — Others: Y. Ned. X, 42 a bot.— Y. Meg. I, 71 c top, a.oth.; v. Er. M'bo, p.63 a sq. ; v. Jew. Encycl. s. v. Ammi.

  • ]*HX, Zeb. 40 b top, v. la;.
  • -Fl h /JX, v. nax.
  • iir) h 52X f- (v. nas) truth, reality.

Ex. R. s. 30 ' 9 'laifl riFi'iaN lax he stated the case as it really had happened. 1YD53X, cancel the entire article, and substitute TflSHX, v. "VMSa. ]/JX I, 6e/bre Ch. ^airi, add Taan. 8 a rfapha 'paNah who makes God the witness of his promise.

  • fq& v. )-q
  • "lttX I, dele b) to heap up, and d) to

contract, bargain, exchange.

  • I/£X, dele from lafe to 1^3.

biS^X, add [PerlesEt. St.,p.l06: Pers. amargir accountant]

  • 1' , bMX, v. pii^:*.
  • "plbl3X, Lam. E. to 1,14, read:

IDIDX, fflJd 2) (part. pass, of U)3N) oppressed, weak. Yalk.Is.336 'X U)13N'|a of weak man; (Pesik. E. s. 33 B1JK 'jal only).

  • D'Tl52 h 'OjX =bilai&3S, q. v. Treat.

Sof'rim ch. XIII, 6. X&^jX, add (h. form) S-I&1JI* f.; pi. nib^X. Targ. Cant. VI, 6 (not tift^lS). "j' , D h 3X, for Hall. II, 1 1, read Tosef. Hall. II, 11.

  • B"DX, v.n"p';>.

WX, add Y. B. Mets. X, end, 12 c &6ll) SaXli/read: bDS^ 6&SJ. ' " T •' KX, before— 3), insert B. Mets. 86 b b^N SW*ra (an ox) which has not been used for labor ; Kb^S kVo (a hen) which has not been used for hatching.

  • "£b&DX , Targ. Cant. IV, 12 'iO,

read: fiiVessa , q. v.

  • Xp r DX camel, v. snps;.
  • HpjX III f. (p3N) sigh, groaning.

Ex.E. Jl'521.

  • «baa&«, 'sx, 't? k x, 's^x i f.

(stabulum) 'stable'.— PI.' Qi.) nik^aabs, 'SK &c. Snh. 216; Num. R. s. 11' ; Sii're Num.42 nisbaba (corr. ace.).— (Chald.) S^aabS, 'SS; ■,11^11Bb t S. Targ. IlChr. XXXII, 28 (not 'VibS)!

  • ]T!bYltiCX, v.^aacsi.

Xi'jitiDX I, for Lev. R. s. 4, read Lev.R.'s. 3*.

  • XTiTti&X f. (iab) 1) V* 1 fi^ttpi*

diversion of justice, wresting judgment. Targ. Ez. IX, 9 (h. text Maa). Targ. Is. LVHI,9 (h.text hala).-2) sain nviibtf turning aside, removing guilt. lb. XXVII, 9. n^btipX, for a suite, read a suit. b&X, add— PI. nii6bx chairs. Midr. Till. to T ps. LXXXVII,ed. Bub. X5' l 15DX,/brGitt.69 a read Gitt.69 b . Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1027 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1028 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1029 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1030 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1031 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1032 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1033 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1034 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1035 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1036 Page:A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, Volume 2 (1903).djvu/1037 ^ 1720

  • niaiB

Y. Gen. X, 10 (h. text 13N). Targ. Ez. XXVII, 23 (h. text !"]»). Gen. B. s. 37 (expl.13N, Gen.l.c.).— Snh.32 b . Pes.3 b . Tosef. Yeb. XII, 11; Yeb. 102 a . Y. Sabb. I, 3 d . 1p3 I, /or Gen. XVI, 6, read Gen. XVI, 5 T . "'pi I, for Koh. V, 17, read Koh. IV, 17 T . TDpi , Af, for Y. B. Bath. IV, read Y. B. Bath. VI. !!W3i, Hif., for Ps. IXXV, 5, read Ps. XXIV, 5;— add 6) to cawse <o 6ear. Keth. 72 a (wiaa, invito, v. ^sia. h ffiD Ithpe., add 2) to 6e forgotten. B. Bath. 16 a , v. NrVflam. JTWiM, for Num. IV, 1, read Num. IV, 2. "M .4/. add Y. Ab. Zar. II, 41 d bot rrrnnjt, nniw; (not frnin ins, irw iinn) it dropped it. ^tipip, /or Ex. XIII, 8, read Ex. XIII, 18.

  • raap, 'D ii5, v. to?-* ii.
  • »TT]iD f. (b. h. rnhb ; Ihb) buckler.

Num. R. s. 12 3 (ref. to Ps.XCI,4) To to fiaN toj 'bl MiS lb Nlh ... sail) whoever comes to take shelter under the wings of God, to him he is a shield and buckler of truth.

  • &npwi& , wpmsiD , v .

billfipib. "IlD, a/?er to travel as a merchant, add Tanh. Naso, ed. Bub. 27 ; Yalk. Ps. 842 (play on ninb , Ps. XOI, 4) inib l-mm, v. I-I2SI; Tanh. Naso 23 ilbin (corr. ace); Num. R. 8. 12 3 ; a. e. h pb h D, a^d B. Mets. 84*, v. ^fj^b.

  • FpT0, Y.Ter.III,42 b '=1 -nan 'bb,

read : '51 "nan d^b t6 [R. El. Wil. emends tplffi], Epp, /or Deut. XXV, 3, read Deut. XXV, 2.

  • h pbD, B.Mets.84 a , 'b in, v. %>■*.
  • &t232p, v. &*»ai&.
  • ^TE>3»0, v. Tosa-tt.

l^D, /or Ber. 4 a , read Ber. 34 a . 'HflD II, add Nif. into same. B. Kam.Vin, 1 rnnwi hn^h'if the wound was healed, and broke open again; a.e. T?3>, add Pw. law, only with STT12, to be disfigured, decay. Pes. VII, 9 ; ib. 73 b , a.e. 13WFI; Tosef. ib. VI, 6 (ed. Zuck. ID^Sn , corr. ace. ; Var. 12SFI) ; Tosef. Zeb. VII, 6; VIII, 15 "QSrl, "OS^'n. ^P? Pa-, after.— 3) insert: to cause to transgress , force to sin. Bnh. 7i h '=i Nrfna "niasb, v. bap.— 4).

  • !TW I, v. m

T T 7

  • IT1S II (b. h.) pr. n. f. Adah, one

of the two wives of Lamech. Gen. R. s.23, v. 15s I.

  • »"TT5| v. -"W I.

T!?i /or Is.LIX, 5, read Is. LIX, 15. ilbbiS, /or Lev. IX, 10, read Lev. xix, T io. iliiS I, for Tosef. Ber. I, 3, read Tosef. Ber. I, 1. h iiJ> I, /or IChr. XXII, 13, read I Chr. XXII, 14.

  • Dpi3>, Tosef. Maasr. Ill, 14 lapis,

read : ispW, v. XB31.

  • ptS, '5 %^3, v. pn.

^1? j for Gen. II, 20 , read Gen. II, 18. T Itt? Hithpa., for I Chr. II, 24; 26, read I Chr. II, 9; 26. 1 5 ltS' , !S , for Num. XII, 14, read Num. XXXI, 2. T]S m. (b. h.) foal, young full- grown ass. B. Bath. 78 b , v. firrb. T^ II, before— PI., msert Sabb. VI, 1 alii bllJ '3 a golden head-dress with the picture of Jerusalem on it, v. dbi»T

  • D h 53 ; lbS m. pi. (b. h. ; v. dto II)

youth. Ned'. 41 a Traito iai*> lll'ri he (who recovers from a disease) returns to the days of his youth (his sins being forgiven). ObS I, for Ex. II, 15, read Ex. in, 15.' n«£J , /or Lev. IV, 9, read Lev. III, 9.' T ^pS, /or play on Slips, read play on rnsp. CipP^^S, for bipbin&, v. ppeniB, read v. d^pb^iiB. b'HS, /or Ex.XII, 43, read Ex. Xn, 48.. V""}S, a/£er to frighten, add also to /eeZ <Ae strength of, fear. ftrr^W, for I Chr. XXII, 13, read I Chr. XXII, 14. IjOyVlQ, after Yalk. Kings 172, add ; Y. Kidd. I, 61 a i-nia (corr. ace).

  • tfPitfflB, v. twins.

T T J ' T T ; - ^fiB Hithpa., for thinking what the distinction will be which the king is to confer upon me, read thinking, what will be the distinction which the king is to confer upon me? — for thinking what the judgment will be &c, read thinking, what will be the judg- ment &c? ^WS, v. itfwn. !"!| h B, for Ps. XVIII, 22, read Ps. CXVIII, 22. Dpi/B, add— [Yalk. Is. 372 las nixbpJB, read rvistta&Bifjb ■pas, v. iab&pbN.] WO-Wr^S, v. rn^apniis. ♦SttMjTB, v. 6<a«iB. Dli^tibS, for Jet. XXXI, 19, read Jer. XXXI, 20.

  • ST3B f. (n;s) turn.— PI. rrpjs.

Yalk. Lev. 446, v. Sl^B. Pesik. R. s. 33 ID EPUIB 'Bh tola towards which all turns are made ; v. !"IB. DB II, for Ps. LX1V, 31, read Ps. LXVIII, 31. ^p h DB, add Targ. Y. Num. XXV, 1 •jih^p'ibB (not Tirnipre). ppB, Nif., add— 2) to 5e Made to separate, be interposed. Ber. 32 b fipbsJ '31 nalh an iron wall was interposed between Israel and &c. ;— Hithpa., add— 3) to be decided. Pesik. R. s. 40 dsJil '31 pbStia your judgment will be decid- ed on the Day of Atonement.

  • ]i'aSB m. (b. h.; H»6) bell— PI.

dijiaSB. Yalk. Deut. 829. 1*l3'1 ; l3X'nB, /or Gen. XXIV, 1 2, rend Gen. XXXIV, T 12.

  • 31]B m., 2>J. d^aiB, pais (v. sib)

poppy (v. Low Pfl., p. 103). Shebi. II, 7 ; Hall. I, 4; Mekh. Bo, s. 8 (not piB); Sifre Num. 146 (not blSIB).