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Bava Basra 17

1) [line 6] "V'LIBI CHALAL B'KIRBI" - "My heart is dead within me." (Tehilim 109:22)

2) [line 7] TZA'AREI HU D'KA MIDKAR - he was merely reminding himself of all of his troubles

3) [line 13] BI'NESHIKAH MESAH - she died through the death of the "kiss" (the kiss of HaSh-m)

4) [line 16] RIMAH V'SOLE'AH - worms and crawlers
5) [line 21] "YEDID HASH-M YISHKON LA'VETACH ALAV" - "May HaSh-m's beloved dwell securely with Him." (Devarim 33:12)

6) [line 22] "AF BESARI YISHKON LA'VETACH" - "Also my flesh will dwell securely." (Tehilim 16:9)

7) [line 23] RACHAMEI HU D'KA BA'I - he was pleading for mercy (David ha'Melech was pleading that his body not be eaten by worms after his death)

8) [line 24] B'ETYO SHEL NACHASH - because of the seduction of the snake [they died, and not because they had any misdeeds] (if the snake had not seduced Chavah into eating the forbidden fruit, death would not have come to the world, and they would not have died)

9) [line 26] KULHU GEMARA - all of this is known through tradition (as it has been passed down from one generation to the next that these Tzadikim were righteous enough to live forever)

*****PEREK #2 LO YACHPOR*****

10a) [line 36] SHI'ACH - a long narrow ditch
b) [line 36] ME'ARAH - a covered pit or cave (usually leading to a spring or water source)
11) [line 37] AMAS HA'MAYIM - a channel of water
12) [line 37] NIVRECHES KOVSIN - a pool of water in which clothing is washed
13) [line 38] SAD B'SID - covers with lime
14) [line 39] GEFES - remnants from pressed olives
15) [line 39] ZEVEL - fertilizer
16) [line 40] SELA'IM - stones
17) [line 44] REICHAYIM - a mill
18a) [line 44] SHECHEV - the bottom millstone
b) [line 45] RECHEV - the upper millstone
19a) [last line] KALYA - the bottom part of an oven stand
b) [last line] SAFAH - the top part of an oven stand


20) [line 8] HA'BA LISMOCH B'TZAD HA'METZAR - one who comes to dig a pit near the border (the border between his field and his neighbor's field)

21) [line 14] AT IMLACHT V'CHAFART - you changed your mind and dug a pit
22a) [line 25] KOL MARA U'MARA D'KA MACHYAS - with every strike of your shovel b) [line 26] KA MARPIS LAH L'ARA'I - you are weakening my land
23) [line 44] SELA HA'BA B'YADAYIM - clumpy ground that breaks apart by hand (it very easily breaks apart)

24) [line 48] UDEKA'ARI LAH, MAI KA'ARI LAH? - The one who asked this question, why did he ask it (since the answer is obvious)?

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