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1) [line 5] GEMARA GEMOR, ZEMORTA TEHEI - do you, Rav Yosef, tell us to only say over what we learn (whether it is correct or not); is it merely a song?!
2) [line 6] PISKIYA/PESIKYA - a wide belt worn by women
8) [line 24] KOVED HA'ELYON V'KOVED HA'TACHTON - (Kevedim - O.F. ensobles) the two round, heavy beams of the loom, one which holds the unwoven Shesi (warp) threads and one which holds the finished cloth. There does not seem to be a standard definition as to which beam is called Elyon and which is called Tachton
9) [line 25] IN V'LAV V'RAFYA B'YADEI - he had no definite answer
11a) [line 28] HA'TOMEN - one who buries (for preservation)
12a) [line 29] KIL'AYIM
(b) Burying turnips and radishes under a grapevine does not fall under the prohibition of Kil'ayim, since this is not called planting.
b) [line 29] SHEVI'IS
(b) The Shemitah year is meant to teach the Jewish people to rely on HaSh-m for their sustenance, a fact that is not always clear to them during the six years in which they work their own fields.
13) [line 30] LO ASI L'ASHVUYEI GUMOS - [in the field] a person will not normally level the ground by filling up its holes, which would violate the prohibition of building (Boneh) on Shabbos (see Daf 73b)
14) [line 33] MEKAPLIN - it is permissible to fold
17) [line 41] AVAL YESH LO L'HACHLIF, LO - but if he has another garment to wear tomorrow instead of this one, then he may not fold this one
18) [line 43] IM YESH LO L'HACHLIF, YACHLIF - if a person has clothes that he does not wear during the week, he should change into them for Shabbos
19) [line 43] YESHALSHEL BI'VGADAV - he should let down his clothes, which were being held up off the ground by a belt
20) [line 44] RAMUS RUCHA - haughtiness
22) [line 3] LECHAYEI - [all of the lessons learned from the verse in Yeshayahu 58:13] are good; understandable
23) [line 10] LEIKAF - should he go around?
25) [line 10] LI'AVAR - should he walk through the water?
28a) [line 16] ADAMAH - (O.F. arzile) clay
31) [line 21] ISMACHUYEI ISMACHU - disintegrated
33) [line 22] GARGISHTA - clod of earth
36) [line 23] "V'RACHATZT ..." - "Wash yourself, anoint yourself, and put on the special garments [that you wear on Shabbos]," (Ruth 3:3)
37) [line 27] "SHECHAV ..." - "Go, lie down, and if he calls you, you should say, "Speak, HaSh-m, for your servant is listening (Shmuel I 3:9) - Eli was so sure that HaSh-m was trying to contact Shmuel that he instructed him to address Him with His name.
38) [line 30] "VA'TELECH ..." - "And she went, and came, and gleaned in the field ..." (Ruth 2:3) - The Gemara explains to what the verse is referring when it states that she "came," *before* she finished gleaning in the field.
39) [line 33] SHIBOLIN - stalks of grain
44) [line 48] "V'SACHAS KEVODO ..." - "... and *under* his glory shall be kindled a burning like the burning of fire." (Yeshayahu 10:16) - The word "Tachas" (under) is a subject of disagreement among the Amora'im; does it mean "under" or "instead of?"