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MENAHEM BEN MACHIR – German liturgist of the eleventh century; a native of Ratisbon. His grandfather, also called Menahem b. Machir, was a nephew of Gershom b. Judah, and he himself was a cousin of Isaac b. Judah, Rashi's teacher. He is quoted in...
MENAHEM MANN BEN SOLOMON HA-LEVI – See Amelander, Menahem Mann ben Solomon ha-Levi.
MENAHEM MANUELE B. BARUCH HA-LEVI – Polish rabbi and author; died in Lemberg 1742. He was a descendant of R. Joseph Cohen of Cracow (author of "She'erit Yosef"), of R. Isaac Shrenzel, and of R. Saul Wahl. He occupied theoffice of dayyan in Lemberg under the...
MENAHEM MENDEL BEN BARUCH BENDET – Lithuanian Talmudist of the eighteenth century; born at Shklov; died in Palestine. He was a pupil of Elijah of Wilna, whose works he later helped to edit and publish. Elijah Gaon's commentaries on Proverbs, on the Shulḥan 'Aruk...