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Pesachim 21

PESACHIM 21 - sponsored by Heshy Follman, of New York, N.Y.

***************GIRSA SECTION********************
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 21a [line 38]:
The words "Chazi *Lah*"
should be "Chazi *Lei*"
This is the Girsa of Dikdukei Sofrim #7 and of Rashi. Similarly, this should
be the Girsa in the next line, "ka'Matzne'a *Lei*."

[2] Gemara 21b [line 7]:
The words "Rav Chiya bar Yosef Amar *Rebbi Yochanan*"
should be "Rav Chiya bar Yosef Amar *Rav*
This is the Girsa in the Gemara Pesachim 7a. The Girsa of Dikdukei Sofrim
#40 and Rabeinu Chananel is also "Rav."

(a) When three opinions are expressed regarding a certain matter and one of them is an intermediate opinion which accepts part of what was expressed by each extreme opinion, thereby *compromising* between the two other opinions, the Halachah follows that opinion.
(b) If the intermediate opinion is stated as an *independent* third opinion, and is not based on a dichotomy hinted at by the first two opinions, the Halachah does not necessarily follow that opinion (RASHI).

*2*) [line 9] HAI MODEH REBBI ELIEZER L'REBBI YEHOSHU'A - (The same question may be asked on the Beraisa cited earlier, 20b, regarding a barrel of oil that broke - Rashi 20b DH Modeh.)

*****PEREK #2 KOL SHA'AH*****

3) [line 19] TANUR - an oven
4) [line 19] KIRAYIM - a stove
5) [line 21] MEFARER - he crumbles it
6) [line 21] V'ZOREH LA'RU'ACH - and scatters it into the wind
7) [line 38] MESHAIRA - it leaves over
8) [line 38] CHAZI (LAH) [LEI] - the owner sees it (the Chametz)
*9*) [line 38] AVAL CHAYAH D'IY KA'MATZNE'A (LAH) [LEI] - that is, a Chayah hides its leftovers. Even though this will not necessarily cause one to transgress Bal Yera'eh and Bal Yimatzei, see Insights, nevertheless it will create the possibility that the Chametz will be found and accidentally eaten during Pesach.


10) [line 1] KUTACH - a dip which is prepared by cooking whey with stale bread and salt

11) [line 3] SHE'CHEIRCHO - he charred it [before the time it became forbidden]

12) [line 9] AFILU B'CHITEI KURDANYASA - even with [the very hard] wheat of Cordyene (a district lying to the east of the Tigris River, south of Armenia) that became wet

13) [line 37] GER, ATAH METZUVAH L'HACHAYOSO - you are commanded to give sustenance to a convert

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