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Shabbos 116

1) [line 4] "[CHOCHMOS BANSAH VEISAH], CHATZVAH AMUDEHA SHIV'AH" - "[Wisdom (the Torah) has built her house], she has hewn out her seven pillars" (Mishlei 9:1) - According to our Gemara, the seven pillars refer to the seven books of the Torah, since Parashas va'Yehi bi'Neso'a breaks up Sefer Bamidbar into three books.

2) [line 13] GILYONIN - blank parchment
3) [line 15] SHE'BALAH - that wore out
4) [line 26] D'GAYIZ V'SHADI - the margins have been cut off (and only the parchment that once contained the letters remains)

5) [line 32] HAREI HEN K'GILYONIM - they are like blank parchment that has never been used (and need not be saved from a fire)

6) [line 33] KODER - cuts out
7) [line 34] AKAPE'ACH ES BANAI - I will bury my sons (Rebbi Tarfon cursed himself due to his great distress over the matter)

8) [line 35] L'HAKISHO - to bite him (me)
9) [line 37] "V'ACHAR HA'DELES ..." - Behind the door and the doorpost you have cast your memory of Me (Yeshayahu 57:8)

10a) [line 39] KIN'AH - enmity
b) [line 39] EIVAH - strife
c) [line 39] TACHARUS - dissension
11) [line 40] "HA'LO MESAN'ECHA ..." - "Those who cause you to be hated, HaSh-m, do I not hate them?; and do I not quarrel with those who rise up against You? I despise them with the utmost hatred, I regard them as my own enemies" (Tehilim 139:21,22)

*12*) [line 41] UCH'SHEM SHE'EIN MATZILIN OSAN - This part of the Beraisa follows the opinion of the Rabanan. (According to Rebbi Tarfon, however, if one may even burn them, certainly there is never a Mitzvah to save them - TOSFOS DH Kach)

13) [line 43] D'VEI AVEIDAN - the meeting places of early Christians where religious disputations were held (lit. the place of their ruin)

14) [line 44] IN V'LAV V'RAFYA B'YADEI - he had no definite answer
15) [line 45] BEI NITZREFEI - a house of idol worship
16) [line 46] DIKLA PELANYA - a certain palm tree
17) [line 47] NI'AKREI - we will uproot it
18) [line 48] LO MISTEFINA - I am not afraid
19) [line 48] BA'U L'SAKUNEI - they tried to harm him
20) [last line] PILOSOFA - heretic; astrologer; monk


21) [line 1] D'HAVAH SHAKIL SHEMA - who gave himself a reputation
22) [line 2] L'ACHUCHEI BEI - to ridicule him
23) [line 2] A'AILA LEI - she brought in to him (as a bribe)
24) [line 2] SHERAGA D'DAHAVA - a golden lamp
25) [line 4] NICHSEI D'VEI NASHA - the estate left by their deceased father
26) [line 6] D'GALISUN - that you went into exile
27) [line 6] ISNATLIS - it was taken away
28) [line 9] CHAMRA LUBA - an exceptionally high-quality donkey from Libya (a district in Egypt)

29) [line 11] ASEISI - I came
30) [line 14] NEHOR NEHOREICH K'SHERAGA - shine your light (wisdom) like a lamp (she hinted to the bribe that she gave him)

31) [line 15] BATASH - kicked
32) [line 20] PASKEI SIDRA B'CHESUVIM - (a) they would read a chapter from Kesuvim in the Beis ha'Midrash on Shabbos (RASHI); (b) they would read a chapter from Kesuvim as the Haftarah for the Torah reading of Shabbos Minchah (TOSFOS Shabbos 24a DH she'Ilmalei)

33) [line 30] SHONIN BAHEN - it is permissible to learn the Midrash to Kesuvim
34) [line 31] DORSHIN BEHEN - it is permissible to expound on their verses
35) [line 34] SHETAREI HEDYOTOS - letters, bills; private, common writings
36) [line 34] TIK - a chest
37) [line 36] MAVOY SHE'EINO MEFULASH - an alleyway which is considered a Reshus ha'Yachid -- the Gemara on Daf 117a discusses the exact meaning of this term

38) [line 39] IS'AVID LEI TZORECH GAVO'AH - what is necessary for its sacrifice has been done, since the Eimurim (the parts that are placed on the Mizbe'ach) may be removed

39) [line 40] "KOL PA'AL HASH-M LA'MA'ANEIHU" - "HaSh-m made everything for his praise" (Mishlei 16:4) - The Gemara continues by explaining why removing the entire hide is a praise of HaSh-m

40) [line 42] A'PESORA D'DAHAVA - on a golden table
41) [line 42] ISTENA - the northern wind (which is mild, not hot or cold)
42) [line 45] MISHUM NIMIN - because of the strands of wool that stick to them

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