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Pesachim 80

(a) Every Jewish male is required to bring a Korban Re'iyah on the three festivals. If the Korban was not brought on the first day of the festival, it may be brought on any of other six days of Pesach. On Sukos it may be brought on the first day or the next seven days and on Shavu'os it may be brought on Shavuos or on the six days following the festival.
(b) The Amora'im argue as to whether the primary obligation is to bring the Korban on the first day of the festival. Those who rule as such consider the successive days as "Tashlumin" (compensation) for the first day. Others rule that the obligation is to bring a Korban on one of the days of the festival, not necessarily the first (Chagigah 2a). The practical difference that arises from this argument regards a person who was not fit to offer the Korban on the first day, but became fit on the second day (such as a lame person who became well or a blind person who regained his sight). According to the opinion that the successive days are Tashlumin for the first day, this person is exempt from his obligation since he could was not fit to bring the Korban on the first day of the festival. According to the other opinion, he still has an obligation to bring it.

2) [line 34] D'AKAR SIKEI U'MASHKENEI V'RAHIT - that will uproot his tent- pegs and his tent and will run away from Yerushalayim?

3) [line 42] ABA - Rav; he was called "Aba" by Shmuel because of his dignity (RASHI Berachos 47a)


3) [line 6] HIGDILU ZAVIN AL HA'TEHORIN - the Zavin are added to the number of Tehorin (both of whom will not bring the Korban Pesach b'Tum'ah)

4) [line 9] NITZREFU ZAVIN IM TEME'EI MESIM - the Zavim (who have become Tahor -- RASHI) are joined to the Teme'ei Mesim (both of whom did not bring the Korban Pesach b'Tum'ah)

5) [line 16] TUM'AS HA'TEHOM (lit. a Tum'ah of the depth)
(a) Tum'as ha'Tehom means Tum'ah that was hidden and that no one ever knew about, such as a corpse that was discovered lying beneath a road. If a Nazir or a person bringing a Korban Pesach became Tamei with Tum'as ha'Tehom before offering his Korbenos Nazir or Pesach, he does not need to bring his Korbanos again. This law is learned from a Halachah l'Moshe mi'Sinai.
(b) According to Rashi, even if the person *definitely* became Tamei, his Korban is accepted, as long as he did not discover his Tum'ah until *after* the Shechitah of his Korban. According to the Rambam, only if the person is *not certain* that he is Tamei is his Korban offered, but they are offered even if the corpse was discovered *before* the Shechitah of his Korban. (See Insights).

*6*) [line 24] TUM'ASO, B'SHOGEG HURTZAH, B'MEITZID LO HURTZAH - (This assertion was not necessary in order to answer the question that the Gemara posed; it was made in order to answer another question posed by the Gemara in Menachos 25b -- Tosfos DH Hu ha'Din)

7) [line 45] EIN SHOCHTIN V'ZORKIN AL TEME'EI SHERETZ - we do not perform the Shechitah and Zerikas ha'Dam of the Korban Pesach for someone who is Tamei Sheretz, even though he is able to immerse in a Mikvah and will be Tahor in the evening, when the Pesach is eaten.

(a) The eleven days that follow the seven days of Nidah (see Background to Shabbos 121:5) are "days of Zivah." If a woman experiences bleeding during these days for one or two consecutive days, she becomes a Zavah Ketanah and is Teme'ah. If she does not experience bleeding the following night and day, she may immerse in a Mikvah to become Tehorah. She may even immerse the morning immediately following her bleeding, but her Tum'ah and Taharah are contingent upon whether or not she sees blood afterwards on that day. She is called a Shomeres Yom k'Neged Yom, because she must *watch* the following day to see whether or not she sees blood.
(b) If a woman has a show of blood for three consecutive days during her 11 days of Zivah, she becomes a Zavah Gedolah. In order for her to become Tehorah, she must count seven "clean days" during which she verifies that she has no other show of blood. On the morning of the seventh clean day she immerses in a Mikvah. If she does not experience bleeding during the rest of the day she is Tehorah and no longer a Zavah. A Zavah Gedolah must bring a Korban Zavah to permit her to enter the Beis ha'Mikdash or to eat Kodshim. The Korban is two doves or two turtle-doves, one offered as an Olah and one as a Chatas.

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