כְּשַׁר ch. same , to be right, pleasing, fit. Targ. I Sam. XVIII, 20. Targ. Jud. XIV, 3. Targ. Ez. XV, 4; a. fr.
    Ithpa. - אִתְכַּשַּׁר,
    Ithpe. - אִתְכְּשַׁר, אִיכְּשַׁר to be (made) fit &c. (v. preced.Hof.). Targ. Y. Deut. XXIX, 22. Targ. Y. Lev. XI, 2; a. fr.—Gitt. 87ᵃ לִיתְכַּשַּׁר האי וכ׳ let the one deed be declared valid through the signature ‘Reuben ben’ &c.—Ḥull. 36ᵇ איתכ׳ במשקי וכ׳ it was made fit for uncleanness through the fluids &c.; ib. אתכ׳ בחבת הקדש, v. חִבָּה; a. e.
    Af. - אַכְשַׁר 1) as preced. Hif. Targ. I Sam. XVII, 8. Targ. Ruth II, 13.—B. Mets. 89ᵇ top לאַכְשׁוּרֵי גברא וכ׳ as to making the man fitter, i.e. as to the laborer in fruits being permitted to use means for increasing his appetite, there is no question, opp. to לאכשורי פירא using means for making the fruits more appetizing.—Zeb. 25ᵃ בשמאל אכשורי מַכְשַׁר he (R. S.) declares it permissible to use the left hand (for קְמִיצָה). Sabb. 154ᵃ; Yeb. 45ᵇ אַכְשְׁרֵיה וכ׳ pronounced R. Mari … to be legally a Jew. Ḥull. 58ᵇ סבר … לאַכְשׁוּרָהּ R. … wanted to pronounce it kasher; a. fr. —2) to grow better, improve. Ib. 39ᵇ; Yeb. 39ᵇ, v. דָּרָא I.