Abraham Hiyya de Boton (c.1560-c.1605) (Hebrew: ××‘×¨×”× ×“×™ ×‘×•×˜×•×Ÿ) was a Talmudist and rabbi, a pupil of Samuel de Medina, who later dwelt for the most part at Salonica as rabbi and leader of a Talmudic academy. The name "á¸¤iyya" was given him during a dangerous sickness (á¸¤iyya = "life"; "may he live!"). He was for a time rabbi at Polia (Michael, Or ha-á¸¤ayyim, p. 95); in 1601 he lived in Palestine (Conforte, á¸²ore ha-Dorot, pp. 47b, 51a), and in 1603 was at Constantinople (Michael, ib.).