By Marcus Jastrow
A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature, quantity I (1/3) by means of Marcus Jastrow
This dictionary is an absolute needs to for someone studying Gemara or the other Aramaic works.
not just is each attainable definition given, Jastrow brings down a number of examples of using every one notice, making sure a company clutch of every word's nuances.
A vintage and nonetheless ordinary source, Marcus Jastrow's huge dictionary is still distinct in that it covers either the Hebrew and Aramaic languages within the literature of the rabbinic interval. This imperative dictionary of targumic and rabbinic literature contains millions of entries in totally vocalized Hebrew and Aramaic, with references to the unique texts, transparent English definitions, and the entire variety of meanings and usages within the resources. it's equipped alphabetically by means of real shape yet comprises additionally connection with a word's root, with plentiful cross-references.
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Possession, power. Tosef. Ab. Oar. ) $ 3 5 ~'132h3 if he (the seller of tlie slave) wrote to him (gave him in writing) the liberty of his disposal of himself, i. e. that the slave, if he should run away from the buyer, would not be claimed by hinz who sold ~ (read 1->Nor 13). Ib. 13lN 1Nn him; Git. 43 13lN 1 % 2h3 what means 'his own possession1? Ans. He wrote to him this, 'If thou run away from him (the purchaser), I have nothing to do with thee. -[~. Mets. I, end, 8"; Y. Kid. I, 60c 13lU, v.
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Kalaza, collegif, a. 773, ~ $ 7 v. ; Ges. H. Dict. s. v. b13; var. ; h, form only in@. $~,const. 5N) levy of troops or forcedlaborers(corresp. to h. 822). Targ. I Chr. -B. Bath. 8"; B. Nets. 108" 'N3 9PB2 (MS. M. ~1133)they have to go out themselves to do public labors (not permitted to hire substitutes). Ib. '31 'N 1 ~ are 3 exempt from the levy. Ber. 58"; Yeb. 76'' 'iCi NSr went out with the army: [strike' out 'K3 W1'n Ber. 1. , v. Rabb. D. S. a. 1. note 401 ; a f r . - ~ ~ 79153,5~, . in, jlp>,i~ (v: supra).
A Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature vol.1 by Marcus Jastrow