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Bava Kama 30

1) [line 9] RIFSHO - mud that he caused by throwing out his refuse
2) [line 9] LO SAMU MAYA - the water was not absorbed
3a) [line 10] YEMOS HA'CHAMAH - summertime
b) [line 11] YEMOS HA'GESHAMIM - wintertime; the rainy season

4a) [line 11] KOL ELU SHE'AMRU - all of the following [people] that they (the Chachamim) said [about them that they may dispose of their potential Mazikim in the public domain]
b) [line 12] POSKIN BIVOSEIHEN - [homeowners may] open their drainpipes and let the sewage water run into the public domain
c) [line 12] V'GORFIN ME'AROSEIHEN - and rake out their caves and throw the refuse into the Reshus ha'Rabim

5) [line 20] SASAR KOSLO - broke down his wall
6a) [line 22] KOSEL RA'U'A - a shaky wall
b) [line 22] KOSEL BARI - a strong wall
7) [line 31] SHE'LO YE'AKEV HA'MACHAREISHAH - so that it not impede the plow
8) [line 31] SHADI LEHU B'NURA - threw them in the fire
9) [line 32] DIGLAS - the Tigris River
10) [line 33] L'KAYEM MILEI D'NEZIKIN - should uphold the monetary Halachos
11) [line 34] MILEI D'AVOS - the ethical teachings of Pirkei Avos
12) [line 35] MILEI D'VERACHOS - the laws of Berachos
13a) [line 35] TIVNO - his hay
b) [line 36] KASHO - his straw
14) [line 36] LI'ZEVALIM - in order that it rot and become fertilizer
15) [line 42] BI'SHE'AS HOTZA'AS ZEVALIM - at the time of year when people take out their fertilizer

16) [line 43] TZOVRO - piles it up
17) [line 47] B'NER CHANUKAH PATUR - if the fire of his Chanukah Menorah did damage, he is not liable

18a) [line 49] RESHUS BEIS DIN - Beis Din (who is responsible for municipal matters) allows it
b) [line 49] RESHUS MITZVAH - it is allowed because it is a Mitzvah


19) [line 1] MESHARKEI - they are slippery
20a) [line 2] GUFAN - the object itself
b) [line 3] SHIVCHAN - its appreciation (increase in value) that occurred as a result of being in the Reshus ha'Rabim

[line 16] GALAL KARAMIS? - Are you asking a question from the case of the dung pile?
21) [line 19] L'ALTAR - immediately, even before it appreciates

22) [line 23] RIBIS - interest
(a) It is forbidden to lend money in return for interest (Shemos 22:24, Vayikra 25:36, Devarim 23:20). Even if interest is charged conditionally, and it is eventually not collected, the transaction is prohibited mid'Oraisa according to some Tana'im. It is also forbidden to take money in order to allow the borrower more time to complete the payment of the loan. (Such payment is known as "Agar Natar.")
(b) The Torah only forbids charging interest if the rate or amount of interest for a loan was fixed at the time that the loan was made. This is called Ribis Ketzutzah. If interest was paid but the amount paid was not fixed at the time of the loan, or if a higher price was paid in a *sale* in order that the seller should allow the buyer more time to complete his payment for the purchase, it is called Avak Ribis. This is forbidden mid'Rabanan.
(c) Certain payments that are not actually Ribis mid'Oraisa or mid'Rabanan were prohibited because they have similarities to Ribis. Chazal refer to this as "Ha'aramas Ribis."

23) [line 24] KEREN - the principle
24) [line 31] D'AVAD LEI SHUMA - he has already set the terms of the interest
25) [line 39] HALACHAH V'EIN MORIN KEN - this is the pure Halachah but if an individual asks this question we do not give him this ruling

26) [last line] CHUSHLEI - husked barley

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