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Master)] ba-kant(e) adj. 1. Versed or acquainted, or being so: FAMOUS, FAMILIAR. “That bochur is too B. ” [

Cf. befeirush] be-hech-rach adv. 1. As a logical, inevitable conclusion: NECESSARILY. “A yeshiva doesn't B. ” 2. Proven undeniably: INCONTROVERTIBLE “You can interpret your father's words as you please, but it was B. ” [cf. hechrach] be-i-kar adv. Chiefly or mainly: PRINCIPALLY, “There are B. ” [cf. ikar] bein ha-sdo-rim Cf. seder. be-in-yan prep. Regarding the topic of: ABOUT. “I wanted to talk with my B. ” [cf. inyan] be-is-ser adv.

Rosenblatt, C. Rubin, A. Schmidt, E. Semah, N. Simcha, S. Singer, Y. Singerman, M. Sinsky, Y. Slatus, Y. Sperka, C. Stefansky, M. Stern, S. Stern, G. Tauber, Y. Tischler, S. Tsirulnikov, Y. Twerski, T. Tyner, B. Wallen, Y. Weinberg, Y. Weinberger, B. Yankelove, Y. Zyskind. And very special thanks to my good friend Baruch Liefsky for his patience and assistance. Thanks to Rabbi H. M. Levine for his contributions. The Language of Sanctity: The Phenomenon of a Jewish Language The Midrash1 asserts that the Jews in Egypt engaged in no fewer than four practices that could have ensured their worthiness to be saved from bondage: they practiced no promiscuity; they spoke no spiteful gossip (Heb.

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