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Nedarim 49


1a) [line 1] HA'MEVUSHAL - a cooked food
b) [line 1] SHALUK - (a) a partially cooked food (RAN); (b) an overcooked food (MEFARESH, ROSH)

2) [line 3] MA'ASEH KEDERAH - a dish of cooked grain from one of the five species of grain (wheat, barley, oats, rye and spelt)

3) [line 4] BEITZAH TURMOTA - an egg that is boiled one thousand times in hot water and soaked one thousand times in cold water, until it shrinks and can easily be swallowed whole

4) [line 4] DELA'AS HA'REMUTZAH - (a) a pumpkin of Karkuz (the opinion of Shmuel and the Gemara's conclusion, Nedarim 51a); (b) a certain type of gourd made edible by baking in hot ashes (the opinion of Rav Ashi, ibid., YERUSHALMI Kil'ayim 1:2 and Nedarim 6:1)

5) [line 5] MA'ASEH RESICHASAH - various forms of wheat kernels or flour that require a lot of boiling (RAN, citing the YERUSHALMI)

6) [line 12] B'NEDARIM HALECH ACHAR LESHON BENEI ADAM - interpret the words of a Neder based on their colloquial usage

7) [line 20] RIFTA - bread
8) [line 22] HITRIYOS - gourds
9) [line 24] ASYA - doctor
10) [line 24] CHAZA KARA D'MACHAS B'VEISEI - he saw [the remains of] a gourd lying in the house (indicating that Rebbi Yirmeyah had eaten from it - MEFARESH)

11a) [line 26] RAKICHEI - tender ones (that are beneficial for the sick)
b) [line 26] ASHUNEI - hard ones (that are detrimental to the sick)
12) [line 27] GAVEI D'KARA - the [soft] inside of the gourd
13) [line 27] LULIVA D'KARA B'SILKA - the soft part of the gourd, cooked with beets
14) [line 28] LULIVA D'CHISNA B'CHUSCHA - the soft part of flax seeds, mixed into Kutach, a dip that is prepared by cooking whey with stale bread and salt


15) [line 1] KETZIREI - sick people
16) [line 1] MERI'EI - weak Talmidei Chachamim
17) [line 6] D'MASH'IL LEHON - [Oh! If there would only be someone] who could ask of them

18) [line 6] NAKDANEI (alt. NAKRANEI) - (a) fastidious people (ROSH, TOSFOS); (b) people who are careful about what and how they eat (RAN, MEFARESH)

19) [line 6] HUTZAL - a city in Bavel, located between Sura and Neharde'a, that was walled from the time of Yehoshua bin Nun, where members of the tribe of Binyamin may have settled after they were taken into exile

20) [line 6] DAISA - a dish of cooked cracked wheat
21) [line 9] CHASISEI - unripe barley that has been peeled and dried in an oven and ground into flour

22) [line 18] KOL MIDA'AM - [after eating] anything (any food)
23) [line 18] LO SIFLOT - do not spit
24) [line 19] PESILTA SHEL AVAR - a bar of lead (a) that is indigestible (RAN); (b) that burns the insides of the body when molten (as in the capital punishment of Sereifah) (ARUCH)

25) [line 20] SHEVOR MALKA - King Shapur II, the king of Persia (ruled 309- 379 CE, during the Sassanid Dynasty)

26) [line 22] B'HUTZA - with a palm leaf or piece of tree bark
27) [line 26] BELUSFIYIN (alt. BELUFSIYIN) - (a) a species of figs (ROSH); (b) a species of inferior figs that are hard to digest (RAN, TOSFOS); (c) overripe figs (MEFARESH)

28) [line 31] TERADIN - beets
29) [line 32] MATRONISA - Roman matron; aristocratic woman
30) [line 32] MOREH V'RAVI?! - [You are] a Halachic authority, and you are inebriated?!
31) [line 32] HEIMNUSA B'YADA DEHA'HI ITESA - that woman (i.e. you) can put her trust [in me]

32) [line 33] CHUGRANEI TZID'EI - I bind up my temples (due to fierce headaches)
33) [line 38] GULFA - an earthenware pitcher (which, when upturned, serves as a seat)
34) [line 39] TZANA - a basket (large enough to serve as a seat)
35) [line 40] NAKTAS AMRA - bought wool
36) [line 40] GELIMA D'HUTVEI - a fine cloak

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