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Bava Kama 19

BAVA KAMA 19 - sponsored by Dr. Eli Turkel, l'Iluy Nishmas his mother, Golda bas Chaim Yitzchak Ozer (Mrs. Gisela Turkel), whose Yahrzeit is 25 Av. Mrs. Turkel accepted Hashem's Gezeiros with love; may she be a Melitzas Yosher for her offspring and for all of Klal Yisrael.

1) [line 4] BIZRANEI - seeds

2a) [line 38] AKIRAH - initiation of movement (lit. "uprooting" from its place)
b) [line 39] HANACHAH - putting the object to rest. The beginning of the damage was done in the Reshus ha'Rabim and one should therefore be exempt. However, the damage actually took place in the Reshus ha'Yachid and one should therefore be Chayav.

3) [line 41] HADRI BI - I changed my opinion


4) [line 1] EIN CHATZI NEZEK CHALUK LO LI'RESHUS HA'YACHID V'LO LI'RESHUS HA'RABIM - as far as Keren is concerned, there is no difference between Reshus Ha'Yachid or Reshus ha'Rabim; in both cases he is Chayav to pay for half of the Nezek

5) [line 6] A'KIL'A - on the porch
6) [line 8] NAFAK MILSA MI'BEINAIHU - during their discussion, the following question arose

7) [line 8] KISHKESHAH BI'ZENAVAH - it wagged its tail
8) [line 14] AMASAH - male organ
9) [line 14] KEREN, LAV YITZRA KATAKIF LEI!? - is this not comparable to Keren which, similarly, its temperament coerced it to damage

10) [line 19] SHE'NIKSHAR ME'ELAV - it got tied on by itself
11) [line 21] ATZNE'EI - to hide it, put it away
12) [line 24] V'LO SHOR BOR - if an animal created a Bor the owner is not liable
13) [line 25] BED'ADYEI ADUYEI - it hopped along with it
14) [line 29] BORO HA'MISGALGEL B'RAGLEI ADAM UV'RAGLEI VEHEMAH - his Bor (obstacle) which was rolled around by people and animals kicking it

15a) [line 32] KESUS - clothing
b) [line 32] KELIM - vessels
16) [line 34] RECHAVAH - a public area or square
17) [line 40] KARSHININ - the beans of a species of vine, probably the horse-bean (which is rarely used as human food)

18) [line 40] SHE'LIKEK ES HA'SHEMEN - licked oil
19) [line 42] SHUNRA - cat
20) [line 42] BINISA - a fish
21) [line 43] NAHAMA - bread
22) [line 43] PALSEI L'SALA - chewed up the basket
23) [line 43] CHAYEVEI RAV YEHUDAH - Rav Yehudah obligated the owner to pay
24a) [line 46] BASAR - meat
b) [line 46] TAVSHIL - something cooked
25) [last line] D'MITVI - it is roasted
26) [last line] TAVYA - a deer
27) [last line] PESORA - on the table

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