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Shabbos 119

1) [line 2] LO MAZIGNA - I do not lay
2) [line 7] A'PANYA D'MA'ALEI SHABATA - towards evening of Erev Shabbos
3) [line 8] LAVISH MANEI - donned his fine clothing
2) [line 10] TELAS SAVEI TECHAYEI - three Se'ah of [wafers] coated [with oil and honey]

3) [line 11] ISTIREI PESHITEI - silver coins; the "common" (provincial) Sela, which is equal to 1/8 of the Sela Tzori, or half a Zuz

4) [line 12] MASHLIM LEHU A'TZINORA D'DASHA - (a) he deposited [the meat from the first shop] at the doorway [of his house] (so that he could return quickly to bring home the meat from the other shops), i.e. he did not even take the time to enter his house; (b) [even before the meat was delivered], he paid [the butchers] at their doors (i.e. he sent them payment for their bill)

5) [line 12] ASHUR HAYA - (a) make haste!; prepare this meat quickly while I go to get the rest of the meat for Shabbos; (b) go on with your work quickly, so that you can return home and prepare for Shabbos!

6) [line 13] A'TACHTAKA D'SHEINA - (O.F. faldestol) on a folding seat made of ivory [Rashi also quotes the Girsa of Rabeinu Levi: D'SHAGA - of teak]

7) [line 13] U'MOSHIF NURA - and would fan the fire

8) [line 14] GUNDA - the name of a domestic overall used at work for the protection of one's clothes

9) [line 15] MACHRICH REISHA - would scorch the head of an animal or burn off its hair, to prepare it for Shabbos

10) [line 15] MALACH SHIBUTA - would salt a fish called Shibuta, probably a mullet
11) [line 16] GADIL PESILTA - would twist wicks
12) [line 16] PARIM SILKA - would mince beets
13) [line 17] MATZLECHEI TZIVEI - would chop wood into little pieces
14) [line 17] METZATES TZETUSEI - would kindle the wood
15) [line 17] MECHATEF V'AYIL MECHATEF V'NAFIK - would carry [burdens] on his shoulders in and out of his house

16) [line 18] MEKAL'IN LI - I am visited by
17) [line 20] MOKIR SHABEI HAVAH - used to honor the Shabbos
18) [line 21] KALDA'EI - astrologers
19) [line 22] B'SAINEI - in his hat
20) [line 23] AFRECHEI ZIKA - the wind blew it off
21) [line 24] MAN ZAVIN KI HASHTA - who would buy it at this time?
22) [line 26] ILYASA D'DINREI D'DAHAVA - lofts full of golden coins (an exaggeration), i.e. a huge sum of money

23a) [line 26] D'YAZIF SHABATA - that loans to Shabbos (by making expenditures for Shabbos)
b) [line 27] PAR'EI SHABATA - Shabbos pays him back

24a) [line 33] KITONIYOS - flasks
b) [line 33] TZELOCHIYOS - bottles with a wide belly and a narrow neck
25) [line 36] KATZAV - a butcher
26) [line 38] REICHO NODEF - has such an appetizing smell (lit. its odor wafts)
27) [line 44] B'MAI NISHANYEI - with what can we make it different from the weekdays?
28) [line 46] B'KAITA - in the summer
b) [line 46] B'SISVA - in the winter


29) [line 1] ZUZEI - pairs
30) [line 23] CHAMIN - hot water
31) [line 23] MELUGMA - a remedy
32) [line 24] IGLA TILTA - a third-grown calf (i.e. that has reached one-third of its full growth and is particularly tasty); alt. a calf which is a cow's third offspring which is well developed and fat

33) [line 25] KULYESA - a kidney
34) [line 26] NISHBOK KULYESA MI'MA'ALEI SHABATA - leave over a kidney from the calf that is slaughtered on Erev Shabbos

*35*) [line 26] KOL HA'ONEH AMEN - this statement is brought here because it deals with an action for which the person receives atonement even for the sin of idol worship, as explained below, and is similar in this respect to the Sugya above that deals with keeping Shabbos

36) [line 27] "BI'FRO'A PERA'OS ..." - "In times of tumultuous strife in Yisrael, when the people willingly offered themselves; praise the Lord!" (Shoftim 5:2) - The Gemara retranslates this verse homilletically as, "Strife and hardship is canceled in Yisrael because the people willingly praise the Lord."

37) [line 31] KEL MELECH NE'EMAN - the Power who is a Faithful King
38) [line 35] "... UMI'SHABSOSAI HE'ELIMU EINEIHEM" - "... and they have hidden their eyes from My Shabbosos, and I am profaned among them." (Yechezkel 22:26)

39) [line 36] "V'HAYAH KINOR ..." - "And the lyre, and the lute, and the tambourine, and pipe, and wine, are in their feasts; but they do not regard the work of HaSh-m ..." (Yeshayahu 5:12) - By reciting Keri'as Shema, a person accepts upon himself the authority of HaSh-m, and consequently will regard His work in the world. Disregarding the work of HaSh-m can have devastating effects.

40) [line 41] SHE'HUSHVU KATAN V'GADOL - people of virtue were not respected any more than low individuals

41) [line 43] AYIL - a ram
42) [line 44] KAVSHU PENEIHEM - hid their faces
43) [line 49] HEVEL - heat
44) [line 53] "SHOTETU BA'CHUTZOS ..." - "Run to and fro through the streets of Yerushalayim, and see now, and know, and seek in its broad places, if you can find a man, if there is anyone that does justice, that seeks the truth; and I will pardon it." (Yirmeyahu 5:1)

45) [line 55] "KI YISPOS ..." - "When a man shall take hold of his brother of the house of his father, saying, 'You have clothing, be our ruler; and let this ruin be under your hand.'" (Yeshayahu 3:6)

46) [last line] DEVARIM SHE'BENEI ADAM MISKASIN BAHEN K'SIMLAH - words which cause people to hide themselves in their garments when they are asked if they know them

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