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1a) [line 6] GUFAH HI (UBAR YERECH IMO)
b) [line 7] PIRSHA B'ALMA HU - it is merely a separated discharge [of the hen]
2) [line 8] EIN SHAMIN - we do not evaluate [the value]
6) [line 17] NAFCHA MAI? - The increase in the value of the cow due to the extra bulk brought about by the pregnancy belongs to whom?
7) [line 20] HA'KADAR - a potter
8) [line 4] HIV'ISH MEIMAV - and it cased the well water to become putrid
10) [line 21] HUCHLEKAH BAHEN - it slipped on them (the fruits or grains)
13) [line 23] SAM HA'MAVES - poison
15) [line 27] AFRAZTA - a plant that is poisonous to cattle, possibly hypericum or St.-John's-wort, a large and widely distributed genus of herbs and shrubs (family Guttiferae) that are characterized chiefly by their pentamerous and often showy yellow flowers. Hypericism is a severe dermatitis of domestic herbivorous animals due to photosensitivity resulting from eating hypericum.
16) [line 30] UD'KA'ARI LAH, MAI KA'ARI LAH - the one who asked this question, why did he ask it (since the answer is obvious)?
17) [line 34] HITRIZ - became afflicted with diarrhea
19) [line 38] NEZAKIN D'VEI KARNA - The Mishnayos of Seder Nezikin taught in the Yeshiva of Karna