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Eruvin 41

ERUVIN 41 - was generously dedicated by an anonymous donor in Los Angeles.

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We recommend using the textual changes suggested by the Bach, Rav B. Rensburg and the parenthetical marginal notes of the Vilna Shas. This section is devoted to any *OTHER* changes that we feel ought to be made in Gemara, Rashi or Tosfos.)

[1] Gemara 41b [line 34]:
should be "L'MASHMUSHEI *LEHU*" (Dikdukei Sofrim #9)

1) [line 3] K'SE'UDAS SHLOMO B'SHA'ATO - like the meal of Shlomo ha'Melech during the height of his reign

2) [line 8] BEITZAH MEGULGELES - a roasted egg that is still soft inside
3) [line 21] V'IM HISCHILU EIN MAFSIKIN - if they started a series of fasts, and one of them happened to fall on Rosh Chodesh, Chanukah or Purim, the fast is not canceled

4) [line 27] CHAZI ANA D'VASAR REISHAH GUFA AZIL - (lit. I believe that the body should follow the head) the Halachah should follow the ruling of Raban Gamliel, since he was the leader of the previous generation

(a) Certain families donated wood to the Beis ha'Mikdash for burning sacrifices when the second Beis ha'Mikdash was built and wood was needed. In recognition of the Mitzvah they did at the time, those families and their descendants were granted the priviledge of bringing wood to the Beis ha'Mikdash at certain appointed times during the year, as described in Nechemyah 10:35.
(b) The day they were to bring their Korban Eitzim, the appointed family would bring Olos Nedavah to be sacrificed on the Mizbe'ach. That day was considered a personal Yom Tov for the family; the custom was not to fast, deliver a eulogy or engage in Melachah. (RAMBAM Hilchos Kelei ha'Mikdash 6:9)
(c) The families who brought Korban Eitzim and the times at which they brought their Korban Eitzim are listed in Ta'anis 26a.

6) [line 40] MIS'ANIN BO SHA'OS - it is permissible to fast part of the day


7) [line 6] MEKAMEI D'SHAM'EI - before he learned the Halachah [from Rav]


8) [line 11] MI SHE'HOTZI'UHU - a person who was taken out of the Techum Shabbos [by non-Jews or an evil spirit]

9) [line 11] RU'ACH RA'AH - an evil spirit; demon
10) [line 13] DIR - a corral erected in the fields and moved from place to place in order to fertilize the fields

11) [line 13] SAHAR - stable; an enclosed yard located near a city
12) [line 16] PELANDARSIN - Brundisium, a port city in Calabria, in southeast Italy
13) [line 20] NAMEL - port
14) [line 25] DIKDUKEI ANIYUS - the throes of poverty
15) [line 26] L'MIV'EI RACHAMEI ALAIHU - (a) to pray for mercy so that they should not come (RABEINU CHANANEL); (b) to pray for mercy for those who have been afflicted by them (IYUN YAKOV)

16) [line 27] CHOLI ME'AYIM - [someone who suffers from] intestinal trouble
17) [line 28] RASHUS - (a) poverty (one who has many debts) (RASHI); (b) servitude to the ruling authority (RABEINU CHANANEL)

18) [line 33] MESAPRIN - talking
19) [line 33] HIDROKAN - (a) a swelling and sickness of the stomach (Shabbos 33a); (b) a disease of the mouth (Rashi) - this explanation does not appear in the manuscripts (DIKDUKEI SOFRIM #8)

20) [line 34] L'MASHMUSHEI (BEHU) [LEHU] ZEVADASA - to prepare shrouds for them
21) [line 44] KEVOD HA'BERIYOS - human dignity
22) [line 45] AYIL LI'TECHUMA - he should enter the Techum of the city [to defecate]
23) [line 45] V'CHEIVAN D'AL AL - and once he has come into the Techum, he can stay there (and he has the same status as before he was taken out)

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