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1) [line 4] "...V'LO AVAH DAVID LISHTOSAM [VA'YASECH OSAM LA'SH-M.]" - "[And the three mighty men broke through the army of the Pelishtim, and drew water from the well of Beis Lechem that was by the gate, and they took it and brought it to David;] nevertheless he would not drink of it, [but poured it out to HaSh-m.]" (Shmuel II 23:16)
2) [line 6] GEMARA HU D'SHALCHU LEI - they sent to him a teaching received through tradition
3) [line 9] SHMUEL HA'RAMASI - Shmuel the prophet, from Ramasayim Tzofim (Ramah)
4) [line 11] "...VA'YASECH OSAM LA'SH-M." - see above, entry #1.
6) [line 14] D'AMRINHU MI'SHEMA D'GEMARA - for they said it in the name of the received tradition
7) [line 20] TANA BARA - the Tana of the Beraisa
9) [line 29] ME'AH MIL (MEASURES OF LENGTH AND DISTANCE)
1 Mil = approximately 912, 960 or 1152 meters, depending upon the differing Halachic opinions10) [line 30] SHELULIS - a brook, stream, or collection of water. The Gemara defines Shelulis as either a pool that gathers rainwater, or a stream that gives its "booty" ("Shalal") of water to its tributaries.
11) [line 32] REBBI ELIEZER HI, DI'TENAN - the Tana of this statement in the Mishnah is Rebbi Eliezer, as we learn in a Mishnah. (Rebbi Eliezer's teaching that one is exempt for damage caused by one's fire which crosses over the width of Reshus ha'Rabim, i.e. 16 Amos, appears in the Mishnah on 61b, and is not merely a Beraisa as the alternate Girsa in the marginal note says)
12) [line 34] ARISA D'DALA'EI - a stream or small river from which water is drawn and used to irrigate fields
13) [line 36] V'ELU MAFSIKIN L'PE'AH (PE'AH)
14) [line 36] DERECH HA'YACHID - a private road, one which is four Amos wide
16a) [line 38] AMAS HA'MAYIM - a channel of water
17) [line 1] BAGANEI D'AR'A - crevices in the ground
18) [line 4] BEIS KUR
19) [line 8] TANUR - a dome-shaped oven (the opening of which is on top)
22) [line 11] KIRAH - a stove
27) [line 42] MORIGIN - wooden boards equipped with sharp stones or metal implements that jut out from the bottom (or plain boards with sharp grooves cut into them), that are used for threshing grain. A person stood on the Morag holding the reins of an animal that was pulling it over the stalks of grain on the threshing floor.
28) [line 42] KELEI VAKAR - utensils associated with cattle, e.g. the yoke and the plow