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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.