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Pesachim 49

1) [line 14] MAPOLES - debris from a collapsed structure
2) [line 15] LISHBOS SHEVISAS HA'RESHUS - (a) a person may make an Eruv Techumin (see Background to Eruvin, "Introduction to Maseches Eruvin" [IV]) by walking on Erev Shabbos or Erev Yom Tov to the place where he wants his dwelling or "place of Shevisah" to be, and staying there until nightfall. He need not place any food there and he may return to his home immediately after nightfall. If his intention for setting the Eruv was not for a purpose that is termed a Mitzvah (see Eruvin 31a, 36b), he must return to destroy his Chametz (RASHI); (b) a person who walks on Pesach to spend Shabbos at a friend's or relative's house (TOSFOS DH Lishbos)

3) [line 17] TZOFIM - (a) the name of a village on a mountain from where the Beis ha'Mikdash can be seen (RASHI); (b) (lit. sighting) the points (in any direction) where he can no longer see Yerushalayim (TOSFOS DH Im)

The parts of the Korbanos that are eaten become Yotzei and are rendered unfit to be eaten if they leave their set boundaries (such as the Azarah for Kodshei Kodshim or Yerushalayim for Kodshim Kalim). Korbanos that were removed from the boundaries of the Azarah after they were slaughtered but before they were offered are also called Yotzei, and are forbidden to be offered on the Mizbe'ach. The Torah requires that all Yotzei be burned, as is learned from the verse in Vayikra (7:17) regarding Nosar. (Rambam Hilchos Pesulei ha'Mukdashin 19:1).

5) [line 18] HA'BIRAH - the Beis ha'Mikdash
6) [line 19] ATZEI HA'MA'ARACHAH - the wood that is set aside for the purpose of being used for burning Korbanos on the Mizbe'ach

7) [line 32] SAVLONOS - the gifts that a man sends to his fiancee
8) [line 39] D'HAVI LEI CHASANA KI ANA - that he has a son-in-laws like me
9) [line 40] BANEI SEMICHEI - sons that are fitting for Semichah
10) [line 42] LO I'ASRI - I would not have become wealthy
11) [line 42] LO GALA'I - I would not have gone into exile (from Bavel to Eretz Yisrael)
12) [line 43] LO GALA'I KED'GALEI INSHEI - I would not have gone like people are exiled; (rather I would have gone voluntarily)

13) [line 44] "... V'OCHLIM KARIM MI'TZON VA'AGALIM MITOCH MARBEK" - "... and eat the lambs out of the flock, and the calves out of the midst of the stall." (Amos 6:4) - The prophet warns those who indulge in excessive luxuries, such as Se'udos ha'Reshus, that they will be punished with exile

14) [line 46] U'MEYATEM ES GOZALAV - he causes his children to be like orphans
15) [line 49] BAR MECHIM TANUREI - (a) [they call his son] the son of a furnace stoker (RASHI); (b) [they call the Talmid Chacham *himself*] a furnace stoker (MAHARSHA)
(The difference of opinion between Rashi and Maharsha applies to the next three entries as well.)

16) [line 49] BAR MARKID BEI KUVEI - someone who dances in bars
17) [line 50] BAR MALCHICH PINCHEI - a glutton; someone who vacuums up the food on his plate

18) [line 50] BAR MACH REVA - a hobo; someone who folds up his clothes under himself, upon which he sleeps

19) [line 53] NA'EH U'MISKABEL - pleasing and congenial
20) [last line] INVEI HA'SENEH - the berries of a thorn bush
21) [last line] KA'UR - ugly


22) [line 3] GEDOLEI HA'DOR - the righteous, exemplary individuals of the generation
23) [line 4] ROSHEI KENESIYOS - the leaders of congregations
24) [line 8] SHEKETZ - a disgusting thing
b) [line 8] SHERETZ - a crawling pest; vermin
25) [line 15] L'NOCHRO - to stab him in the neck (see Insights)
26) [line 23] UMI'GABO - from his back
27) [line 24] V'ANASHCHENO - and I will bite him
28) [line 28] DORES V'OCHEL - sinks its claws into its prey with force and tears and eats it

29) [line 29] ANU TZERICHIN LAHEM - they need us (alt., we need them - see Dikdukei Sofrim #7)

30) [line 33] U'NESHOSEIHEN YOSER MEHEN - and their wives hate Talmidei Chachamim more than they do

31) [line 33] SHANAH U'PIRESH - someone who once studied Torah but abandoned it and now despises it

32) [line 41] MUCHLEFES HA'SHITAH - their opinions have been mistakenly interchanged and should be switched

33) [last line] CHAZARASO K'TUM'ASO - the amount for which the Chachamim require a person to return is the same amount that receives Tum'ah

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