Hanina
Provenance. Prénom d'origine arabe. Signifie: "tendresse, affection"
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Dictionnaire des prénoms français, arabes et bretons. 2013.

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  • ḤANINA — (Hananiah; Comrade of the Rabbis; end of the third beginning of the fourth century), Palestinian amora. Ḥanina was born in Babylonia; in his youth he migrated to Ereẓ Israel and studied under Johanan among others (Men. 79b; Ber. 5b; et al.).… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Hanina Ben Dosa — (1st century, CE) was a scholar and miracle worker, and the pupil of Johanan ben Zakkai ( Berakhot , 34b). While he is reckoned among the Tannaim and is quoted in connection with a school and its disciples, no halachot and but few aggadot are… …   Wikipedia

  • Hanina Ben Dossa — Rabbi Hanina ben Dossa (hébreu רבי חנינא בן דוסא) était un maître de la Mishna de la première génération, disciple puis collègue de Yohanan ben Zakkaï[1], principalement connu pour ses mœurs vertueuses, sa piété et surtout pour la légende qui l… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Hanina bar Hama — (died ca. 250) (Hebrew: חנינא בר חמא) was a Jewish Talmudist, halakist and haggadist frequently quoted in the Babylonian and the Jerusalem Talmud, and in the Midrashim. He is generally cited by his prænomen alone (R. Ḥanina), but sometimes with… …   Wikipedia

  • ḤANINA BAR ḤAMA — (early third century C.E.), Palestinian scholar of the transitional generation from tannaim to amoraim. Ḥanina was born in Babylon (TJ, Pe ah 7:4, 20a), and studied there under a scholar called Hamnuna (TJ, Ta an. 4:2, 68a). He went to Ereẓ… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ḤANINA BEN DOSA — (first century C.E.), tanna. Ḥanina lived in Arav in lower Galilee (north of the valley of Bet Netofah) and was a disciple colleague of johanan b. zakkai . More has been transmitted about his pious deeds and his wonders than about his dicta, and… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ḤANINA BEN ABBAHU — (c. 300), Palestinian amora. Ḥanina was the son of the famous abbahu who lived in Caesarea. He studied under his father and transmitted teachings in his name, as well as about him (Kid. 33b; TJ, Bik. 3:7, 65d; et al.), but later his father sent… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ḤANINA (Ahonai) KAHANA BEN HUNA — (the second half eighth century), gaon of Sura (769–774). A priest belonging to a significant priestly family, he let his nails grow, saying the Temple will soon be rebuilt and they will require a priest qualified for melikah (slaughtering the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ḤANINA (Hinena) BAR PAPA — (Pappi; end of third and beginning of fourth century C.E.), Palestinian amora. Ḥanina belonged to the circle of R. Johanan s pupils, Abbahu, Isaac Nappaḥa, Ammi, etc., though he only once actually quotes R. Johanan himself (TJ, BK 10:2, 71b.). He …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ḤANINA BEN ANTIGONUS — (first half of second century C.E.), tanna. According to the Talmud Ḥanina was a kohen (Bek. 30b), and it is seems that in his youth he lived in Jerusalem before the destruction of the Temple and was able to report certain details of that period… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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