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"As a matter of fact." (Weiser); "Really?"
"Briefly or concisely: succinctly" (Weiser)
just to annoy, just to be contrary
"definitely or exactly stated; specifically" (Weiser)
even; despite expectations to the contrary -- often with a slightly amused or ironic feeling of "wouldn't you know it?" or "of all things" ("of all people" ... etc.)
literally "exile" (JPS); outside of the Land of Israel; away from a vibrant Jewish community; the time period since the destruction of the Second Temple at Jerusalem (Glinert)
Topic [of conversation] (Weiser, Glinert).
Modern Hebrew: matter. Used in phrases such as, "ma ha'inyan", what's the matter; "ze lo inyankha", that's none of your business; or "inyani," practical. (https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/improving-your-hebrew-is-a-matter-of-inyan-1.5434244)
Significance within Jewish law.
luxurious, elaborate, pampering
being particularly concerned about cleanliness, appearance, and the way things are prepared: finicky, spoiled.
wait, hold on; lit. "an instant"
only, simply, just for fun, not for a specific purpose
divinely ordained purpose
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