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IDI:

Name of several Babylonian amoraim who flourished from the middle of the second to the middle of the fifth century. In the Talmud "Idi" is sometimes interchanged with "Ada" (), according to the variation of pronunciation between eastern and western Syriac, as in the case of "Abba" = "Iba," "Ami" = "Imi," "Asi" = "Isi," "Ḥasda" ="Ḥisda."

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