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Yevamos 90

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


(a) What does the Beraisa learn from the Pasuk in Emor "ve'Nasan la'Kohen es ha'Kodesh" (with regard to a Zar who ate Terumah be'Shogeg)?

(b) According to Sumchus quoting Rebbi Meir if he ate Terumah Tehorah and paid Chulin Temei'im 'be'Shogeg Tashlumav Tashlumin, be'Meizid, Ein Tashlumav Tashlumin'.
What do the Rabbanan say?

(c) What is the problem with saying 'be'Meizid, Ein Tashlumav Tashlumin'?

(d) Why is the statement 've'ka'Meshalem Midi de'Chazi Lei bi'Yemei Tum'aso' not fully correct? Then what does it mean?

(a) Rava or Kadi therefore amend the Beraisa. According to the new text, someone who ate Terumah Temei'ah, may pay Terumah Temei'ah.
Then over what are Rebbi Meir and the Rabbanan arguing?

(b) min ha'Torah, the Chulin Temei'im that one pays for eating Terumah Temei'ah is considered a good payment, as we learned on the previous Amud. Then what is the problem with Sumchus Amar Rebbi Meir's ruling?

(c) On what grounds do we initially refute the answer that what Sumchus means is that he must give a second time, despite the fact that the first one is valid (so that any woman whom the Kohen betrothed will remain betrothed)?

(d) How do we ultimately establish the Machlokes between Sumchus and the Rabbanan?

(a) On what does the Tzitz atone min ha'Torah?

(b) Then what is the problem with the Beraisa 'Dam she'Nitma, ve'Zorku be'Shogeg Hurtzah, be'Meizid, Lo Hurtzah' (mi'de'Rabbanan)?

(c) How does Rebbi Yossi b'Rebbi Chanina interpret 'Lo Hurtzah'?

(a) What do we learn from the Pasuk in Tetzaveh "ve'Achlu Osam Asher Kupar Bahem"?

(b) How does Rabah account for the fact that, when all's said and done, Chazal negated the Mitzvah of eating the meat of the Korban?

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(a) Now that Rabah differentiated between 'Kum Asei' and 'Shev ve'Al Ta'aseh', Rav Chisda was spared from asking him from Areil, Haza'ah, Izmeil, Sadin be'Tziztis, Kivsei Atzeres, Shofar and Lulav, all of which are Mitzvos and which Chazal negated with their decrees.
What is the case of ...
  1. ... 'Areil'?
  2. ... 'Haza'ah'?
  3. ... 'Izmel' (the knife of Milah)?
  4. ... 'Sadin be'Tziztis'?
  5. ... 'Kivsei Atzeres'? Which three Asei does this incorporate?
(b) What is normally the Din (status) of a Korban that is brought she'Lo li'Sh'mah?

(c) What do we learn from the Pasuk in Shoftim "Eilav Tishme'un"? Which two La'avin did Eliyahu negate?

(d) How does Rabah reconcile this Beraisa with his previous statement, that Chazal only have the right to negate Torah law be'Shev ve'Al Ta'aseh, but not be'Kum va'Asei?

(a) Initially, a husband was able to negate the Get that he had sent his wife through a Sh'li'ach in front of a Beis-Din.
Why did Raban Gamliel make make a Takanah forbidding it?

(b) According to Rebbi, if a husband contravened Raban Gamliel's Takanah and negated the Get that he sent his wife through a Sh'li'ach, the Get is nevertheless canceled.
Why does Raban Shimon ben Gamliel say that it is not?

(c) Who gave Chazal the right to validate the Get (seeing as min ha'Torah, the Get is negated)?

(d) How does this concession apply to ...

  1. ... Kidushei Kesef?
  2. ... Kidushei Bi'ah?
7) What is wrong with the text that reads that Kidushei Kesef is Bateil because it is only mi'de'Rabbanan, but what about Kidushei Bi'ah?


(a) Rebbi Eliezer ben Ya'akov heard that Beis-Din have the authority to beat and to punish (in any way), even unofficially.
Which two examples does he present of this happening?

(b) How does Rabah explain this (seeing as these were not Shev ve'Al Ta'aseh)?

9) What do we learn from the Pasuk in Emor ...
  1. ... in connection with burial "Ki im li'She'eiro ha'Karov Eilav"?
  2. ... "Lo Yitamei Ba'al be'Amav le'Heichalo"?
10) We learned in our Mishnah that neither man is entitled to her findings, to what she produces or to nullify her vows.
Why are they not entitled to ...
  1. ... her findings?
  2. ... to what she produces?
  3. ... to nullify her vows?
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