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Nidah 5

***************GIRSA SECTION********************
We recommend using the textual changes suggested by the Bach, Rav B. Rensburg and the parenthetical marginal notes of the Vilna Shas. This section is devoted to any *OTHER* changes that we feel ought to be made in Gemara, Rashi or Tosfos.)

[1] Rashi 5a DH v'I Ba'is Eima:
di'Shnei Bedikos Atzrechuha Rabanan
Source: Mishnah, Nidah 11a

*1*) [line 1] U'VRAISA DIVREI HA'KOL - the Braisa goes according to all opinions

2) [line 3] KETANI - we learned earlier (same as "Amar Mar," but used primarily in Kodshim)

*3*) [line 5] D'PLIGI RABANAN - ("Rabbanan" here refers to Rebbi Dosa)

4) [line 28] YEMEI HA'NE'URIM - a 12 year old girl (the age at which a girl normally grows at least two hairs in the Makom ha'Ervah)

5) [line 30] ED a Bedikah cloth

6) [line 31] MI'TOCH SHE'MEHUMEH L'VEISAH - since she is rushing to be ready (for her husband)

7) [line 43] U'SECHAPENAH SHICHVAS ZERA - the blood will be hidden by Shichvas Zera


9) [line 19] NISHALIM ALEHA - a Rav must be asked about their status (since he will rule that they are Tamei)

10) [line 25] OMRIM LO "SHANEH!", V'SHONEH - they ask him to recreate the situation that may have caused Tum'ah, in order to judge whether or not the object became Tamei.

11) [line 36] TZAMID PESIL - a tight seal

12) [line 37] HA'NITZOL B'OHEL HA'MES (TUMAS OHEL; TZAMID PESIL) - If a ke'Zayis from a corpse is in an Ohel (a space that is at least a Tefach by a Tefach square and a Tefach high), Tumah spreads out in all directions to fill the entire Ohel. Any metal vessels (covered or uncovered) or food and drink that are in the Ohel become Tamei. However, Klei Cheres only become Tamei when Tum'ah enters them. Therefore, when they are covered with a Tzammid Pesil (a tight seal) they cannot become Tamei even if they are in the Ohel.

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