Hayyim ben Solomon Tyrer (Hebrew: חיים בן שלמה טירר) was a Hasidic
Hasidic rabbi and kabbalist. After he had been rabbi at five different towns, among them Mogilev, Czernowitz
Czernowitz and Botoșani, he settled in Jerusalem. He was the author of: "Sidduro shel Shabbat," kabbalistic homilies on Sabbatical subjects, Poryck, 1818; "Be'er Mayim Ḥayyim," novellæ on the Pentateuch, in two parts, Czernowitz, pt. i. 1820, pt. ii. 1849; "Sha'ar ha-Tefillah," kabbalistic reflections on prayer, Sudilkov, 1837; "Ereẓ ha-Ḥayyim," in two parts: (1) a homiletic commentary on the Prophets and Hagiographa, and (2) novellæ on the treatise Berakhot, Czernowitz, 1861. He is mentioned by Sender Margalioth in his responsa on the Shulchan Aruch, Even Ha'ezer. He died at Jerusalem
Jerusalem in 1813, and was buried in a cave in the Jewish cemetery of Safed. References
^ a b ארץ החיים (in Hebrew). OCLC 233085892. Retrieved
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^ a b c One or more of the preceding sentences incorporates
text from a publication now in the public domain: Singer,
Isidore; et al., eds. (1901–1906). "ḤAYYIM BEN SOLOMON OF MOGHILEF
or MOHILEV". Jewish Encyclopedia. New York: Funk & Wagnalls
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