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Eruvin 34

ERUVIN 31-35 - have been dedicated by Mrs. Rita Grunberger of Queens, N.Y., in loving memory of her late husband, Yitzchok Yakov ben Eliyahu Grunberger. Mr Grunberger helped many people quietly in an unassuming manner and is sorely missed by all who knew him. Yahrzeit: 10 Sivan.

*1a*) [line 1] D'I BA'I AMTUYEI, MATZI MAMTI LEI - that is, the Eruv should be valid since he could have brought the food into his Makom Shevisah, just as Rav Yirmiyah validated an Eruv if the food could be tilted and brought into the person's Makom Shevisah.
*b*) [line 7] NISKAVEN LISHBOS B'ROSH HA'SHOVACH - see Insights for a summary of this Sugya

2) [line 11] MESUMAR - nailed to the wall
3) [line 15] KAVSA U'MISNA - an internal window (i.e. a hole in the shelves of the Migdal) and a rope [that is attached to his Eruv]


4) [line 10] KUNDAS - (O.F. pal) stake, post
5) [line 19] POLMOSA - army
6) [line 20] AVIDU KEVUSHEI KAVSHEI B'AGMA - press down reeds in the marsh (to form seats)

7) [line 24] UZRADIN - shrunken, hardened reeds
8) [line 26] KANIN - reeds
9) [line 26] ATDIN - thorns
10) [line 26] HEIGIN - a prickly tree, probably the hollow
11) [line 27] KIDAN - (= Kidah. In this Gemara, it appears to be identical with Kosht) costus, the root of an herb that grows in Kashmir, used for incense and perfume (Rambam Hilchos Klei ha'Mikdash 1:3)

12) [line 28] URBANIN - (a) (O.F. osieres) osiers, a species of willow tree whose easily bent twigs are used for basketwork (RASHI); (b) a type of vegetable or reed used for seasoning (TOSFOS)

13) [line 31] PIGAM - (O.F. rude) the herb rue
14) [line 31] KIDAH LEVANAH - white Kidah, the bark of a tree called cassia
15) [line 38] POCHES - he breaks through
16) [line 42] AVIRA D'LIVNEI - bricks laid one on top of another without clay

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