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Sukah 19

1) [line 6] KESHE'HISHVAH ES KIRUYO - the Mishnah is referring to a case where the person suspended the Sechach at the same height as the roof of the Achsadrah, so that the edge of the roof of the Achsadrah is not noticeable

2) [line 16] ACHAVI LEI - Rav Kahana showed him
3) [line 18] NIR'EH MIBA'CHUTZ V'SHAVEH MI'BIFNIM - see Insights

4) [line 20] LECHI
(a) Although mid'Oraisa a Mavoy (an alleyway joining several courtyards with Reshus ha'Rabim) is a Reshus ha'Yachid, nevertheless, the Chachamim prohibited carrying objects in a Mavoy a distance of four Amos or more. This decree was enacted because of its similarity to a Reshus ha'Rabim, since many families make use of a single Mavoy.
(b) Carrying in a Mavoy is permitted if a *Lechi* is placed vertically against one of the walls at the entrance to the Mavoy. A Lechi is a pole, plank, or other object that is at least ten Tefachim high. It serves as a Mechitzah (a fourth wall) or as a Heker (reminder) to signal the border of Reshus ha'Rabim and Reshus ha'Yachid so that people do not transfer objects from the Mavoy to the adjacent Reshus ha'Rabim (Eruvin 5a, 15a).

5) [line 21] PESEL HA'YOTZEI MIN HA'SUKAH - the residue [that is left after threshing grain and pressing grapes, which is permitted to be used as Sechach] that sticks out of a Sukah (see the Gemara below where four Amora'im explain "ha'Yotzei Min ha'Sukah" differently)

6) [line 29] U'MASHCHA V'AZLA CHADA DOFEN BA'HADAIHU - and one of the walls extends for the entire length of the Sechach


7) [line 1] TIT HA'NIROK - very loose mud which can be poured [from one utensil into another]

8) [line 3] K'MIN TZERIF - like a hut, in which the roof is not a separate horizontal structure but is formed by the extension of the walls

9) [line 3] SHE'SAMCHAH L'KOSEL - he leaned the Sukah (i.e. the Sechach) on a wall

10) [line 6] SHE'HIFLIGAH - he placed the top of the Sechach at a distance of a Tefach from the wall (a) without filling the space on top with Kosher Sechach (RASHI); (b) and filled the space on top with Kosher Sechach (TOSFOS DH she'Im)

11) [line 8] SHIPU'EI OHALIM K'OHALIM DAMEI - the slope of the walls of a tent is considered as if it stretches out perpendicular to the ground, and it is therefore considered an "Ohel."

12) [line 9] GANI - sleeping
13) [line 10] KILAS CHASANIM - a curtain that is hung over and around a bed, in which the roof is less than one Tefach wide, since the curtain is draped over one horizontal pole

14) [line 17] MACHATZELES KANIM - a mat made of reeds

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