אָגַד

אָגַד
אָגַדI (√אג, sec. r. of אוג, v. אוּגְיָא, cmp. אגר, חגר, עקד) 1) to twine around, tie up; to close, forbid. Succ.III, 1; a. fr.Sabb.60a אוֹגֶדֶת בווכ׳ Ar. (ed. אוגרת, Ms. M. חוגרת) she fastens her hair with it.Pes.87a בנות ישראל שאוֹגְדוֹתוכ׳ ed. (Ms. M. בחורות … שמגידות, v. Hif.) the maidens in Israel who forbid intimacy to their betrothed. Erub.21b ל״א אוגדות ed. (missing in Ms. M.). 2) (denom. of אֲגוּדָּה) to form a union or faction. Sifré Deut. 294, v. Nif. B. Bath.14a לוחות אוגדות, v. אָגַר a. אָכַל. Nif. נֶאֱגַד to be tied up, united Maasr. I, 5 ירק הנֶ׳ משיֵאָגֵד vegetables ordinarily put up in bunches, are subject to tithes from the time they are tied. Y.Erub.III, 20d top.Sifré Deut. 296 שלא תאגוד עליך אגודה (read תֵּאָגֵד) no alliance (of the surrounding nations) shall be formed against thee. Hif. הֶאֱגִיד, contr. הֵיגִיד, part. מֵיגִיד, מֵגִיד to tie up, fence in, forbid. Erub.21b; Pes.87a Ms. M. (play on מגדים Cant. 7:14) שמֵגִידוֹתוכ׳ who forbid , v. supra (Rashi: שמַגִּידוֹת, v. נגד, who announce their menstruation); v. אָגַד II.

Dictionary of the Targumim, the Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi, and the Midrashic Literature. . 1903.

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