Jewish Encyclopedia/Abraham ben Isaac Hayyot

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ABRAHAM BEN ISAAC HAYYOT: Commentator; lived in the seventeenth century. He is the author of "Holek Tamim" (He Who Walks Perfect), explaining the laws of the Pentateuch after the fourfold method of interpretation known as פרד״ס, that is, perush ("literal explanation"), remez ("allegorical"), derush ("homiletical"), and sod ("mystical") (Cracow, 1684).


  • Michael, Or ha-Hayyim, No. 14.