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Yevamos 89

YEVAMOS 86-90 - Ari Kornfeld has generously sponsored the Dafyomi publications for these Dafim for the benefit of Klal Yisrael.


(a) Why does the woman whose husband returns not receive her Kesubah?

(b) And why does she not receive Peiros, Mezonos and B'la'os?

(c) Is there anyone else who may reclaim the Peiros that her husband ate, even though she does not receive her Kesubah?

(d) And why does the Tana find it necessary to inform us that if she did receive any of these from either man, she must return them? Is that not obvious?

(a) The Mishnah in Terumos states 'Ein Tormin min ha'Tahor al ha'Tamei; ve'Im Taram ... be'Meizid Lo Asah ve'Lo K'lum'.
Why is taking Terumah from Tamei on Tahor forbidden?

(b) According to Rav Chisda, the Seifa of the Mishnah must be taken literally.
How does Rav Nasan bar Oshaya explain the Mishnah?

(c) Why does Rav Chisda not want to learn like Rav Nasan bar Oshaya?

(a) How do we reconcile the other Mishnah in Terumos 'ha'Torem Kishos ve'Nimtza Marah ... Terumah ve'Yachzor ve'Yitrom' ...
  1. ... with the previous Halachah? How do we know that the Tana there is speaking be'Shogeg?
  2. ... with the Reisha of this Mishnah 've'Im Taram be'Shogeg, Terumaso Terumah' (seeing as both are be'Shogeg)?
(b) And how do we reconcile the previous Halachah 'be'Meizid Lo Asah ve'Lo K'lum' (according to Rav Chisda, who takes it literally)) with the Mishnah in D'mai 'ha'Torem me'she'Ein Nakuv al Nakuv Terumah, ve'Yachzor ve'Yitrom'?
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(a) According to Rav Nasan bar Oshaya, how do we reconcile the Mishnah under discussion ('Lo Asah ve'Lo K'lum' - le'Saken ha'Shirayim, Aval Terumah Havi') with the Mishnah in D'mai 'min ha'Nakuv al she'Ein Nakuv, Terumaso Terumah, ve'Lo Sei'achel ad she'Yotzi Alei Terumah mi'Makom Acher'?

(b) And why does the Mishnah say 'min she'Ein Nakuv al ha'Nakuv, Terumah ... '? Seeing as min ha'Torah, what he gave is not Terumah at all, how can we allow a Kohen to eat it?

(c) What does Rebbi Ilai learn from the Pasuk in Korach "ve'Lo Sis'u Alav Chet ba'Harimchem es Chelbo Mimenu"?

(a) What did Rav Chisda reply when Rabah asked him how he could possibly declare the first Terumah not valid, seeing as min ha'Torah, it is (as we just saw from Rebbi Ilai)? How did he attempt to prove from our Mishnah that the Chachamim do have such powers?

(b) Rabah refutes Rav Chisda's reply by quoting Shmuel and Ravin Amar Rebbi Yochanan.
What do they say?

(a) The Tana'im argue over the time from when a man 1. inherits his wife who is a Ketanah (if she dies); 2. is permitted to bury her and 3. feeds her Terumah (whilst she is alive).
What sort of wife are we talking about? Who married her off?

(b) Why did Chazal institute this type of marriage, seeing as min ha'Torah, only a father may marry off his daughter?

(c) Beis Shamai say 'mi'she'Ta'amod be'Komasah'.
What does that mean?

(d) According to Beis Hillel, he inherits her from the moment that she enters the Chupah.
What does Rebbi Eliezer say?

(a) What is the problem with Beis Shamai in the previous question (who say 'mi'she'Ta'amod be'Komasah')?

(b) So how do we establish Beis Shamai? In which point do they argue with Beis Hillel?

(c) And how do we resolve Rebbi Eliezer, who says that after Bi'ah, her husband inherits her, with his own statement in Perek Beis Shamai 'Ein Ma'aseh Ketanah K'lum'?

(a) Who normally inherits a Ketanah when she dies?

(b) What did Rabah answer Rav Chisda, when he asked him from this Mishnah, where according to Beis Hillel, it is her husband who inherits her?

(c) What does Rav Yitzchak learn from the Pasuk in Ezra "Kol Asher Lo Yavo li'Sh'loshes ha'Yamim ba'Atzas ha'Sarim ve'ha'Zekeinim Yocharam Kol Rechusho ... " To which area of Halachah is 'Hefker Beis-Din Hefker' confined?

(d) How does Rebbi Elazar learn 'Hefker Beis-Din Hefker' from the Pasuk in Yehoshua "Eileh ha'Nachalos Asher Nachalu *Elazar ha'Kohen vi'Yehoshua ben Nun ve'Rashei ha'Avos* le'Matos B'nei Yisrael"?

(a) We learned that the Ketanah's husband buries her (even if he is a Kohen).
How does Rabah reconcile this with the fact that, min ha'Torah, it is her father who is obligated to bury her?

(b) And how does Rabah explain the fact that she is permitted to eat Terumah (immediately after the betrothal), despite the fact that even a Gedolah is not permitted to eat Terumah after she becomes betrothed to a Kohen (as we learned above in Arba'ah Achin)?

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