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  • <li>The root נבל is related to נפל&#8206;.<fn>See <multilink><a href="CassutoShemo .../a></multilink> who lists fourteen possible meanings of the letters of the root.</fn></p>
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  • ...same way that ראיה (a proof, or sometimes a legal proof) is related to the root ראה. In both pairs, the verb means to see and the noun refers to a publ
    3 KB (360 words) - 06:24, 1 January 2015
  • ...א" is used 6 times in the first version and never in the second, while the root "יצר" appears three times in the latter and never in the former.</fn></l
    3 KB (478 words) - 08:01, 30 July 2019
  • ...:29 is unconnected to this meaning and comes from the completely different root of נזד.</li>
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  • ...ata-aht="page">Shemittah </a>that its non-observance is singled out as the root cause of the nation's ultimate exile?</li>
    1,023 bytes (159 words) - 21:48, 19 June 2017
  • ...sef, exegetes grapple with the meaning of "לֹא יָדַע" in our verse. As the root <a href="Dictionary:ידע" data-aht="page">ידע</a> can generally take o <point><b>The root <a href="Dictionary:ידע" data-aht="page">ידע</a></b> – R. Saadia co
    9 KB (1,357 words) - 12:46, 25 January 2015
  • <li>What is the root and meaning of <a href="Dictionary:זוד" data-aht="page">"זָדוּ"</a>
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  • ...on, exegetes grapple with the meaning of "לֹא יָדַע" in our verse. As the root <a href="Dictionary:ידע" data-aht="page">ידע</a> can generally take o <point><b>The root <a href="Dictionary:ידע" data-aht="page">ידע</a></b> – R. Saadia co
    10 KB (1,424 words) - 18:37, 11 August 2014
  • ...likely influenced many medieval commentators in their understanding of the root זדון.</p>
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  • <li><b>"שְׁתֵּי כְתֵפֹת" </b>– What are "כְתֵפֹת"? The root "כתף" means shoulder or side, but is the verse referring to shoulder str ...hemot 26:1, 26:31, 28:6 or 28:15.</fn> referring to skilled work (from the root "חשב", meaning to think), shed light on its appearance?</li>
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  • ...a></multilink> that Yitro circumcised himself with a sharp sword (from the root חד). For more on whether Yitro converted, see <a href="Yitro – Religio
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  • <p>There are two cases where the meaning of the root is debated:<fn>In each of these two instances, both the <i>pa'al</i> and <i ...en the verb's accompanying prepositions in its different usages. When the root means to request something that it is not to be returned it is followed by
    11 KB (1,483 words) - 19:37, 11 August 2014
  • ...judicial like in Shemot. All three accounts share different forms of the root נשא and discuss Moshe's inability to carry the burden of the nation.</fn
    2 KB (288 words) - 01:30, 27 November 2016
  • ...ta-aht="parshan">About Prof. U. Cassuto</a></multilink> who notes that the root ראה also sometimes means to choose, and see <a href="Advice and Implemen
    3 KB (396 words) - 13:40, 19 February 2015
  • ...(to sell), the word להכיר (to recognize), or does it stem from a different root? &#160;Either way, how does it affect the meaning of the metaphor?</li> ...ֵּחַד" be translated?&#160; Is it related to "חדוה" (happiness), or to the root "יחד" (to be united or come together)? Regardless, to what secret counci
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  • ...Rashbam adduces support also from a number of the other occurrences of the root לאה (Yeshayahu 15:12, Yirmeyahu 20:9, and Iyyov 4:2) where it appears in
    4 KB (544 words) - 06:26, 1 January 2015
  • ...forced conversion of Portuguese Jewry (1497); Saba hid his writings in the root of an olive tree after the decree requiring Jews to bring all of their book
    4 KB (515 words) - 23:38, 2 March 2019
  • <li>Status – The use of the same root, <aht-lit color="blue" weight="normal" group1="Parallels" item1="0">"ישב ...ame is mentioned this totals 13, the same number as the occurrences of the root קבר.</fn>--></p>
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  • ...sh faith.&#160; As such, it is possible that by choosing specifically this root in forbidding the fruit, the Torah is subtly reminding the people not to en ...רל" means "sealed" or "closed". Ramban suggests that since Tanakh uses the root "פתח" to describe a fruit's first appearance on a tree,<fn>See Shir HaSh
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  • ...mentioned in the context of purification (sometimes being parallel to the root "טהר") including <a href="Vayikra14-48-52" data-aht="source">Vayikra 14: ...fer both to a sin itself and to its repercussions or punishment.&#160; The root, "אשם", thus similarly can refer both to the state of feeling guilt, or
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