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Bechoros 7

BECHOROS 7-10 - Ari Kornfeld has generously sponsored the Dafyomi publications for these Dafim for the benefit of Klal Yisrael.

*********************GIRSA SECTION*********************
We recommend using the textual changes suggested by the Bach, the Tzon
Kodshim and the parenthetical marginal notes of the Vilna Shas. This section
is devoted to any *OTHER* changes that we feel ought to be made in the
Gemara and Rashi)

[1] Gemara 7b [line 20]:
"Alma Ba'i Machshavah"

[2] Gemara 7b [line 31]:
"Lo, Bein Hu Chai v'Imo *Mesah*"
The Girsa of Rashi is
"Lo, Bein Hu Chai v'Imo *Chayah*"
(Tosfos DH Lo explains the meaning of the printed Girsa)

[3] Gemara 7b [line 40]:
The words "*Amrei* Hai I'akla"
should read "*Eimar* Hai I'akla"

[3] Gemara 7b [line 45]:
"Rov Dagim b'Minan Mashritzim"

1) [line 13] ZEH IY ATAH OCHEL - this one (an animal which is *identical* to a camel that was born from a Kosher animal) you may not eat

2) [line 13] AVAL ATAH OCHEL HA'BA B'SIMAN ECHAD - but you may eat it if it resembles its Kosher mother in some respect (for example, it has a similar foot, hand, or hair)

3) [line 15] TAMEI HA'NOLAD MIN HA'TAHOR, V'IBURO MIN HA'TAHOR - an animal similar in appearance to a non-Kosher animal that was born from a Kosher animal which had been impregnated from a Kosher animal; i.e. both its mother and father were Kosher

4) [line 33] KALUT BEN PARAH - an animal with closed-hooves which was born from a Kosher animal (which, according to Rebbi Shimon, is forbidden to be eaten)

5) [line 39] VELAD TEREIFAH - the offspring of a mother that is a Tereifah and a father that is not a Tereifah (or vice versa)

6) [line 49] D'LO ACHIREI - which are not turbid
7) [line 51] MI'GUFEI KA MIMTZATZEI VA'ASIREI? - are they extracted from its body, and therefore forbidden?

8) [line 51] HEVLA D'VISRA HU - it is the heat of the body (that makes the urine thick)


9) [line 4] U'MA'ALU L'YARKONA - and they may be used to heal for jaundice
10) [line 8] V'EIN MEMATZOS OSO MI'GUFAN - and they do not produce it by extracting it from their body

11) [line 9] DUVSHA, RACHAMANA SHARYEI - honey was specifically permitted by a Gezeras ha'Kasuv (but any substance which is produced in a similar manner is prohibited)

12) [line 11] SHERETZ OF TAMEI - the offspring that non-Kosher flying insects breed

13) [line 13] MAH SHE'OF TAMEI MASHRITZ - that which a non-Kosher flying insect secretes

14) [line 15] GAZIN - a type of locust (RASHI); a type of flying insect (TOSFOS)

15) [line 15] TZIR'IN - hornets
16) [line 22] CHALEI D'YACHMURTA - ball-like formations found in the womb
(RASHI) or dung (RABEINU GERSHOM) of the female Yachmur (white-rumped antelope; alternatively, a large white goat or buffalo)

17) [line 23] BEI'EI NINHU - they are testicles

18) [line 24] ZAR'A D'AYALA HU - it is the coalesced semen of the Ayal (gazelle; alternatively, the roe deer or red deer)

19) [line 25] LO MIZDAKEKAH - she refuses to have relations
20) [line 26] V'NASRI - it pours out {see Rabeinu Gershom) in abundance
21) [line 26] OR HA'BA KENEGED PANAV SHEL CHAMOR - the fetal-sac of a donkey
22) [line 27] PIRSHA B'ALMA HU - it is merely waste
23) [line 38] ASHRUTZEI ASHRITZ - the non-Kosher fish bred the Kosher-style fish
24) [line 39] DAG TAMEI MASHRITZ - a non-Kosher fish breeds live young within its body

25) [line 40] KI CHAZINA D'VALA AMRI HAI I'AKLA... - even when we see that a non-Kosher fish swallows a Kosher fish, we should say that the Kosher fish was digested and the Kosher-looking fish found inside was bred by the non-Kosher fish

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