Wednesday, Nazir 11
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Summary of the Daf
If a cup of wine is poured for someone and he says that he is a Nazir from it, he is a complete Nazir.

If a person is drunk and a cup of wine is poured for him and he says that he is a Nazir from it, he is not a Nazir.
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If someone says he is a Nazir on condition that he may drink wine or be Metamei to Mesim he is a complete Nazir.

Ravina says that even R. Shimon agrees that he is a completely Nazir and may not drink wine because he made a condition that contradicts the Torah.
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R. Yehoshua Ben Levi says that R. Shimon holds that he is not a Nazir at all because he is saying that he is a Nazir except for drinking wine.
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If someone takes Nezirus upon himself and he says that he did not know that a Nazir is forbidden to drink wine the Chachamim says that he is a Nazir and R. Shimon argues.

If someone takes Nezirus upon himself and he says that he though that the Chachamim would permit him to drink wine because he cannot live without it, according to the Chachamim he is not a Nazir and R. Shimon argues.
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The Chachamim hold that just as a person who takes upon himself one of the prohibitions of a Nazir is a complete Nazir, so too a Nazir who is released from one of the prohibitions is permitted in all of them.
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R. Asi holds that Nidrei Ziruzin, Onsim, Shogegim and Havai require a Heter from a Chacham, but Shmuel holds no Heter is required.

If someone says he will be a Nazir and he takes upon himself to shave another Nazir and his friend says "and He will shave another Nazir," if they are smart they will bring each other’s Korbanos.
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If someone says he will be a Nazir and he takes upon himself to shave another Nazir and his friend says "and I", the friend is a Nazir but does not have to shave another Nazir.
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Brief Insight
A CUP OF WINE

If a person is drunk and a cup of wine is poured for him and he says that he is a Nazir from it, he is not a Nazir. It is as if he said that the cup of wine shall be forbidden to him like a Korban. The Keren Orah says that although he is not a Nazir he is prohibited from drinking that cup of wine since he prohibited it like a Korban. Even though according to the Tana Kama of the previous Mishnah a person who says that he is a Nazir from figs is not prohibited from eating figs, that is because figs are not something that is prohibited to a Nazir, however a cup of wine is prohibited to a Nazir therefore when he says that he a Nazir from a cup of wine he is prohibited from drinking that cup of wine.

 

Quick Halachah
NEDARIM THAT DO NOT REQUIRE HATARAS CHACHAM

Certain Nedarim do not require a Heter [from a Chacham]; Nidrei Ziruzim Nidrei Havai, Nidrei Shogegim, Nidrei Onsim, and someone who linked his Neder to something that did not come about. (Shulchan Aruch EH 232:1)

 

Chakirah
The Chachamim hold that just as a person who takes upon himself one of the prohibitions of a Nazir is a complete Nazir so too a Nazir who is released from one of the prohibitions is permitted in all of them, while R. Shimon holds that just as a person who takes upon himself one of the prohibitions of a Nazir is not a Nazir at all so to a person who is released from one of the prohibitions is not released from his Nezirus at all. What is the connection?
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