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Rosh Hashanah 29

1) [line 1] ICHAVEN U'TEKA LI - have in mind to blow the Shofar for me
2) [line 6] HEI'ACH LO KA MICHAVEN DA'ATEI - the other one (the one who is blowing the Shofar) does not intend to help this person perform the Mitzvah

3) [line 27] NIMOKIM - they would decay
4a) [line 32] TUMTUM - a person whose genitals are hidden so that we do not know if he is a male or a female
b) [line 32] ANDROGINUS - hermaphrodite, a person with both male and female reproductive organs

5) [line 34] V'LO ES SHE'EINO MINO - and he cannot fulfill the obligation for someone who is not his type (i.e. is not a Tumtum)


6) [line 2] MAPIK - "Motzi", he can say the blessing for him
7) [line 5] V'CHI HAVAH ASI ARISEI MI'DABRA - and when his field laborer would come from the field

8) [line 6] LO YIFROS ADAM PERUSAH - a person may not break off a piece of bread [and make a Berachah of ha'Motzi]

*****PEREK #4 YOM TOV*****

9a) [line 12] MIKDASH - (a) the Beis ha'Mikdash (BARTENURA, VILNA GA'ON -- according to the Vilna Ga'on, "Mikdash" refers to the Beis ha'Mikdash and "Medinah" refers to all of the cities of Eretz Yisrael except for Yerushalayim - see MISHNAS ELIYAHU to Shekalim 5a DH k'Shem she'Hayu); (b) all of Yerushalayim (RAMBAM, RIVEVAN Shekalim 3b);
b) [line 12] MEDINAH - (a) outside of the Beis ha'Mikdash, such as in Yerushalayim and the rest of Eretz Yisrael (BARTENURA); (b) Eretz Yisrael (RAMBAM, RIVEVAN Shekalim 3b, VILNA GA'ON)

10) [line 16] YAVNEH - the seat of the Sanhedrin immediately after the destruction of the Beis ha'Mikdash

11) [line 30] REDIYAS HA'PAS - peeling a pita off the wall of an oven
12) [line 31] CHOCHMAH - a skill (which is only prohibited mid'Rabanan)
13) [line 39] NADUN - let us first clarify [whether it is correct to blow the Shofar today]

14) [line 43] BEI DINA D'AKRAI - a Beis Din which happened to come together (and is not in its permanent place)

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