מתנדדת תהא provided it (the bench) be not shaken (when they sit on it).
נדד ch. same, to be restless, flee. Targ. Job VII, 4. Targ. Ps. LV, 8. Targ. Esth. VI, 1 נדת; a. fr. Pa. נדד 1) same. Targ. Job XV, 23 (some ed. מנדד part. pass. Af. driven about). - 2) to make (sleep) fee, to keep awake. Targ. Esth. l. c. נדיד ed. Lag. (ed. Amst. נדד; oth. ed. נדי; corr. acc.). -3)to cause to be sleepless. Targ. II Esth. l. c. Ithpe. אתנדד to be restless, agitated. Ib.
נדדת, ני׳ f. pl. constr,, שינתא נ׳ (preced.) wakefulness. Targ. Job VII, 4 (h. text נדדים).
נדה, v. נדי.
נדה f. (b. h.; נדה) 1) (v. נידוי) isolation, condition of uncleanness, esp. period of menstruation. Sabb. 64b, a. e. (ref. to Lev. XV, 33) וכ׳ ההא בניתה she shall remain in her isolationt(from her husband)until &c. Ib. VI, 5שהתקינה לנדתה which she has prepared for her menstruating time. Ib. II, 6 בנ׳ (e= ׳ במצות) in the observance of the laws connected with menstruation; a. fr. -- 2) (sub. בעלת) a woman during menstruation, menstruant. Nidd. I, 7 חון הנ׳ מן, expl. ib. 11a נדתה ימי בתוך during the days of actual menstruation. Treat. Kallah beg. טבלה שלא ׳ a. woman after menstruation before she has taken the ritual bath; כנ׳ is to be treated like a woman during menstru- ation; a. fr. - Pl. נדות. Nidd. IV, 1 ׳ are to be treated like menstruants; a. fr. -- Niddah, name of a treatise, of the Order of Tohairoth, of Mishnah, Tosefta and Talmud Babli and Y'rushalmi (fragmentary). -- Ab. III, 18 נדה פתחי tthe laws treated in Arakh. II, 1 (8a), v. פתח.
ננדוד, Neg. VI, 4 ed. Dehr., v. נרווד. Ohol.VI, 1 Maim., v. גדעך.
נדוי, נדויא, v. sub ניד׳.
נדונא, נדו׳ f. (נדד) [migrant,] name of a species of edible ocusts. Targ. Y. Lev. XI, 22 (ed..VVien. נדונא); v. נדיין.
נדוניא, נדונייא m. (v. נדן) a brides outft, given by her father; wedding eguipment. B. Mets. 74b זוזי יהיב וכ׳ לנ׳ paid a stipulated amount for an outfit to be de- livered at the house of his daughter's father-in-law; לסוף נ׳ זל in the meanwhile the value of the equipment was reduced (and the father-in law refused to receive it for the value stipulated). Keth. 54 לברת ׳ . . . ההוא a man in his dying bequest defined the nature of the equipmment for his daughter. Taan. 24a; a. e.
נדח (b. h.) to slip, move away. Nif. נדח 1) (interch. with דחה) to be banished, exiled. Y. Snh. X, 29c top (ref. to Is. XXVII, 13) זו . . והנידחים וכ׳ דר those who were exiles in the land of Egypt' means the generation of the wilderness. Midr. Till. to Ps. CXLVII, 2 שנדחו (or שנדחו); a. e. - 2) to be made to slip, to be led away (to idolatry); הנדחת עיר the case of a place whose inhabitants were led astray, the condemaed town. (Deut. XIII, 13 to 18). Snh. X, 4 הנ׳ עיר אנשי the in- habitants of a condemned city. Tosef. ib. XIV, 1, a. e. וכ׳ היתה לא הנ׳ עיר a case of a condemned city never occurred nor ever will occur. Ib. עיירות שלש עושין אין וכ׳ נידחות three cities dare not be condemned (at a time) in Palestine; Yalk. Deut. 886 מנודחות (Pu.); a. fr. Hif. הדיח to ead astray. Snh. VII, 10 האימר זה המדית וכ׳ a maddiah (amenable to the law Deut. l. c.) is he who says, let us go and worship &c.; contrad. to מסית; ib. 67a כאן שנו הנדחת עיר מדיחי the seducers of a condemned city are meant here. Ib. שה׳ נביא a prophet that led a. town astray. Ib. X, 4 (111b) נשים הדיחוה if women led a town astray; לה חוצה מדיחיה היו if the seducers were outsiders; אנשים שידיחוה עד unless the seducers are men; a. fr. Hof. הודח 1) to be led astray. Ib. מיעוטה ה׳ if a minority of the town was led astray. Tosef. ib. XIV, 3 עמה הודחו they were led astray along with the inhabitants; a. e. -- 2) (interch. with דחה) to be banished. Yalk. Num,739הודדדחת האהל מן I have been banished from the Tabernacle.
נדח ch. same, to cause to slip. Targ. Ps. LXII, 5 (some ed. למנדע, corr. acc.). lthpa. אתנדח to be banished. Targ. Job VI, 13 אתנדחת Regia (ed. אתברחת; h. text נדחה).
נדי, נדה (b. h.; cmp. preced.) to be restless, flee. Pi. נדה to banish, excommmunicate. Ber. 19a נדו מי את whom did they (the scholars) excommunicate? Ib. בד הרב כבוד על מנדין the court proclaims the ban to protect a teacher's authority. Pes. 52a וכ׳ שני על מנדין we ex- communicate for disregarding the second Holy Day ob- served in the diaspora; a. v. fr. -- [Yalk. Is. 287 עלי נדית, v. נדנד.]- Part. pass. מנודה; pl. מנודין. M. Kat. 15a מכ׳ לשמים one excommunicated by the Lord, i. e. a mourner. Ib. בד״ת מהו מכ׳ dare an excommmunnicated person study the Law? Ib, בקריעה מהו מנ׳ must an excommunicated person rend his garments? Ned. I, 1 לד אני מנ׳ I vow to be excommunicated ttowards thee, i. e. Ivow not to receive any favors at thy hands. M. Kat. 17a לתלמיד מ׳ לרב מכ׳ one excommunicated by a teacher must be treated as such by his disciple (the latter cannot raise the ban). Ib. לעירו מנ׳ one excommunicated by the authorities of his own city. Ib. 15b היו מ׳ . . שנים אותן כל during all the years the Israelites were in the wilderness, they were excommunicated (by the Lord); a. v. fr. Hithpa. התנדה, Nithpa. נתנדה to be ercommunicated. Eduy. V, 6 ׳ שעקביא ח״ו God forbid (to say) that A. was excommunicated. Ib. וכ׳ ומת המתנדה כל he who dies while under excommunication has a stone placed on his coffin; a. fr.
נדי I ch. same; parl. pass. נדי isolated, excommuni- cated. Ned. 7a ממך נדינא I will be isolated from thee (=h. לן אני מנודה, v. preced.).
נדי II, נדא ch. =h. נזה 1) to bespatter, asperse. Kidd. 49a וכ׳ גבי (בי) נדיא ואזלא Ar., that she may go and asperse me before my neighbors. -2) (neut. verb) to spatter, be sprinkled. Targ. II Kings IX, 33. Af. אדי 1) same. Targ. Lev. VI, 20, ידי (Ms. III דידי). -- 2) to sprinkle. Ib. IV, 17; a. fr. -Targ. Ps. CXVIII, 27 ותדון