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Yevamos 64

YEVAMOS 46-65 - Ari Kornfeld has generously sponsored the Dafyomi publications for these Dafim for the benefit of Klal Yisrael.

1) [line 38] K'ESER - (O.F. pele - a shovel); (note that Rashi usually translates this word as O.F. forches - pitchfork, which is used to turn over stalks of grain as in our Gemara -- see Hagahos ha'Bach #1)

2) [line 39] MI'MIDAS RAGZANUS - from the attribute of anger, fury
3) [last line] TUMTEMIN - people whose genitals are hidden by a flap of skin; we do not know if they are male or female

4) [last line] "...HABITU EL TZUR CHUTZAVTEM, V'EL MAKEVES BOR NUKAVTEM." - "[Listen to me, you who follow after righteousness, you who seek HaSh-m;] look to the rock from where you have been cut, and to the hole of the pit from where you have been dug." (Yeshayah 51:1)


5) [line 3] TECHOLELCHEM - who gave birth to you (ibid. 51:2)
6) [line 5] BEIS VELAD - a womb
7) [line 11] SHALOSH PEKIDOS - three instances of remembrance
8) [line 13] MASNISIN MAN TAKIN? - Who taught the ordinance that is in the Mishnah?
9) [line 14] IM'UT SHENEI -people's life spans were shortened
10) [line 18] I'AKAR MI'PIRKEI D'RAV HUNA - became sterile from the [long] Derashos of Rav Huna (because he would not leave the Derashah to use the bathroom)

11) [line 20] ACHADTEI SUSKINTA - he was gripped by a sickness that is caused by not urinating, which causes sterility

12) [line 21] TALYUHA B'ARZA D'VEI RAV - they suspended him in a cedar tree that was located in the Yeshiva

13) [line 21] K'HUTZA YARKA - a substance that had the color of a green palm leaf
14) [line 22] SHITIN SAVEI HAVEINA - we were sixty elders
15) [line 23] "...HA'CHOCHMAH TECHAYEH VE'ALEHA." - "[For to sit in the shelter of wisdom is to sit in the shelter of money; and the advantage of knowledge is that] wisdom gives life to those who have it." (Koheles 7:12)

16) [line 24] HAI MINAIHU ACHARANISA? - Which Beraisa was taught last [and is the authoritative one]?

17) [line 27] TZIPORI - a city in the lower Galilee, approximately midway between Tiberias and Haifa

18) [line 28] ACHAYOS MECHAZKOS - the actions of sisters can create a Chazakah (a legal presumption based upon the recurrence of a certain outcome three times or the performance of a certain act three times)

19) [line 31] NICHPIN - epileptics
20) [line 32] KENISHTA D'MA'ON- in the synagogue of Ma'on or Beis Ma'on, a city near Tiberias

21) [line 38] AVIN D'SAMCHA; YITZCHAK SUMKA LAV BAR SAMCHA - the version [of the teachings of Rebbi Yochanan related by] Avin is reliable [see Kidushin bottom of 44a, ME'IR NESIV]; [the version related by] Yitzchak Sumka (Rav Yitzchak bar Yosef) is not reliable

22) [line 42] D'RAFI DAMA - (lit. whose blood is loose) whose members bleed profusely
23) [line 43] K'KAMIT DAMA - (lit. whose blood is tied up) whose members bleed little when wounded

24) [line 44] MA'AYAN GOREM - a woman's Nidah flow is a physical factor causing her husbands to die

25) [line 44] MAZAL GOREM - a woman's inauspicious Mazal (fate) causes her husbands to die

26) [line 47] ACHUCHEI ACHICH BI? - Was he making fun of me?
27) [line 47] LO. SETAMEI (HI) [HEN] - No. There are Mishnayos that state these laws anonymously [that represent the Halachah. Some follow the opinion of Rebbi while others follow the opinion of Raban Shimon ben Gamliel.]

28) [line 49] MI SHE'LAKAH V'SHANAH - a person who received lashes two times for the same sin for which there is a Chiyuv Kares [and then committed the same sin a third time]

29) [line 49] KONSIN OSO L'CHIPAH - Beis Din puts him into a small room that is only as high as he is (to die)

30) [last line] U'MA'ACHILIN OSO SE'ORIM - and they feed him barley [after first sustaining him with a minimum amount of bread and water so that his stomach will shrink]

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