to accept a betrothal in behalf of one's daughter. Ib. 1 וכ׳ בתו את מקדש האיש a man may accept his daughter's betrothal, if she is a aa arah, either in person or through a deputy. Ib. 41a וכ׳ בתו את שיקדש לאדם אסור a man is forbidden to betroth his daughter as a child, (but must wait,) until she is grown up and says, I like this man; a. fr. - 7) to cause a thing to be prohibited, esp. (by ref. to Deut. XXII, 9) by planting seeds in a vineyard, or vines among seeds; to cause condeomnation. Kil. IV, 5 . . הזורע אחת שורה ק׳ if a person sows within four cubits of a. vineyard, he has caused the condemnation of one row of vines. Ib. V, 5 וכ׳ ארבעים מקדש זה הרי he has made forty- five vines forbidden. Ib. VII, 2 מקדשת ואינה . . . גפן to plant seeds near a dried-up vine is forbidden, but it (the vine) does not cause the condemnation of the seeds. Ib. 3 מקדשין ולא אוסרין אלו the following plants make the planting of seeds in their neighborhood forbidden, but do not cause condemnation of the seeds, if planted, or their own condemnation. Ib. 5 וכ׳ דבר מקדש אדם אין no man can cause condemnation of a thing not his own. Ib. וכ׳ ק׳ זה הרי he has caused the condemnation of his neighbor's seeds and must pay damages; a. fr. Hithpa. התקדש, Nithpa. נתעדש 1) to be sanctifed, glorified as holy. Yeb. 79a וכ׳ שם ויתקדש . . . מוטב et a letter of the Law be uprooted (disregarded), but let the name of God be sanctified in public. Tanh. Sh'mini 1 במכבדי שם אני מתקדש there (at the dedication of the Tabernacle) I shall be sanctified by (the death of) those that honor me. Lev. R. s. 12; a. fr. - 2) to be consecrated, dedicated; (of the New Moon) to be prodaimed. R. Hash. 21b וכ׳ שיתקדשו עד . . . יכול you may have thought, as well as the Sabbath is to be disregarded (by the witnesses travelling to the seat of the court), until they (the months) are proclaimed, it may also be disregarded (by the messengers carrying the announcement), until they are established. Ex. R. s. 15 מתקדשת והכלי . . . הכהן היה the priest received in it some sacred object, by which the vessel was consecrated; מתקדש חול וכלי and a profane vessel became sacred. Shebu. 15a וכ׳ מתקדשת העזרה אין the Temple hall was not consecrated, until the priests ate therein the remnants of the meal-offering. Ib. 16a אלו בכל נתקדשה תחתונה the lower reservoir became consecrated through all these (ceremonies mentioned); a. fr. -- 3) (of mixed seeds) to be condemnable, condemned. Kil. VII, 7 מתקדשת . . . מאימתי from what time are seeds of grain (planted among vines) to be condemned? Ib. מתקרשות אין are not to be condemned; a. fr. - ) to be betrothed. Kidd. II, 1 וכ׳ בה מתקדשת האשה a woman may be betrothed in person or through her deputy. Ib. האומר וכ׳ לי התקדשי . . . if a man says to a woman, be betroth- ed to me with this fig. Ib. 45b וניסת אביה לדעת נתקדשה וכ׳ if she (the minor) was betrothed with her father's consent, but was married without it; a. fr. - 5) to sanctify one's self. Sira Vayikra, N'dab., ch. II, Par. 2 שהוא מי להתקדש עתיד he that is ready to sanctify himself (by vowing a sacrifice). Nif. נקדש 1) to be sanctifed; to become consecrated. Tem. 14a ליקרב כאן ליקדש כאן in the one case it refers to being consecrated (by being put in a sacred vessel), in the other to being offered. Bekb. 4b ליקדש .. הוזהרו they were admonished concerning the firstborn, that they be consecrated; a. e. -- 2) to be betrothed. Kidd. 48a if she says, וכ׳ ואקדש . . . לי עשה make for me chains &c., and I shall be betrothed unto thee. Hif. הקדיש 1) to cause sanctification. Zeb. 115b לא וכ׳ שמו להקדיש . . . מתו thy (Aaron's) sons died only in order to give thee an opportunity to sanctify the name of the Lord. - 2) to sanctify, dedicate an obyect as lTemple property (Lev. XXVII, 14824). Arakh. VI, 2 נכסיו המקדיש וכ׳ if a person dedicates his property to the Temple, but owes his (divorced) wife her k'thabah (כתובה) &c. Ib. VII, 1 וכ׳ היובל לפני מקדישין אין you cannot dedicate landed property within less than two or three years before the jubilee. Ib. 3 וגאלה הקדישה if he dedicated and then redeemed it. Ib. 5 וכ׳ דבר מקדיש אדם אין nobody can dedicate a thing not belonging to him. B. Kam. VII, 2; a. v. fr. Hof. הוקדש to be dedicated, consecrated. Meil. II, 8 משהוקדשו . . . המנחות the law concerning misappropri- ation of sacred things applies tto meal-offferings as soon as they have been dedicated. Ib. 1 משהוקדשה as soon as it has been designated for a sin--offering; a. fr. -- Part. מוקדש; f מוקדשת; pl. מוקדשים &c. Ned. V, 6 (48a) . . . אם לשמים מוק׳ הם הרי if they are mine, be they dedicated to the Lord. Ib. מתנה אינה מקודשת . . . מתנה כל (readנ מוקרשת) a gift which is not made so that if the recipient dedicates it to sacred use, it is dedicated, is no gift. Bekh. V, 1 המוק׳ פסולי כל all dedicated sacrifices which became unfit for the altar; a. fr.
קדשch. same, to be sanctified, sacred (v. קדוש). Shebu. 15b דקדשי. . הלחם שתי(Rashi דמיקדש thpa.) iitt is through the slaughtering of the sheep that the ttwo loaves received their sacred character. Bekb. 4b וכ׳ קדוש דקדוש those firstborn that were consecrated, were consecrated &c. Pa. קדיש as preced. Pi., to sanctify; to proclaim; to betroth &c. Targ. Ex. XXVIII, 41. Ib. XXIX, 1 לקדשא (Y. לקדשא). Ib. 44; a. fr. --Targ. Y. Deut. XX, 7 (not דקדיש; h. text ארש). Ib. XXII, 16 (h. textנתת); a. e. - Shebu. 16a וכ׳ ק קדושי ועזרא and Ezra consecrated (the various places), although the brim and Tummim were no longer extant. Pes. 106a לקדושי בעי יומא תחלת ק׳ דכי . . . קידושא כיקר the actual sanctification of the Sabbath must take place in the evening, for when one sanctifies the Sabbath, one must sanctify the beginning of the day. Ib. וכ׳ לן ליקדיש please, sir, recite for us the great Kiddush, v. קידושא. Ib. 101a בביתא לקדושי to recite the Kiddush in the house. Ib. 106b אריפתא מקדש . . . זימנין at times, when he cared more for bread, he recited the Kiddush over bread. -- R. Hash. 25a וכ׳ וקדשיה . . . זיל go to En-ab and proclaim the New Moon Day. Ib. וכ׳ בך לקדושי בעינן . . . אמר he said (to the moon), to-night we desire to initiate the new month through thee, and thou standest here? Ib b וליקדשיה בליליא Ms. M. and we may proclaim it at night. Shebu. 15b וכ׳ יומא דקדיש דעד so that immediately after one has recited the blessing at the exit of the day (הבדלה), one might finish the building and consecrate it. -- Kidd. 50b מסבלי והדר דמקדשי באתרא where it is customary to send