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1)

What is a "Geder"?

1.

Rashi: "Geder" is 'a stone wall'. 1

2.

Targum Yonasan and Rosh (31:8): It refers to the pile of stones and the monument that Ya'akov and Lavan erected (with the path running in between them) 2 with an agreement 3 never to pdonkey them in order to do harm to the other. Hadar Zekenim


1

Which explains why it caused Bil'am to become lame. (EC) Refer to 22:25:1:1.

2

See the end of Vayeitzei.

3

Targum Yonasan: Which Bil'am - alias Lavan, had just abrogated - Refer to 22:24:2:2*:. Rosh

2)

What is a "Mish'ol"?

1.

Rashi and Targum Onkelos: It is a path. 1

2.

Targum Yonasan: It means a narrow space between the vineyards. 2


1

Rashi: It is a Lashon of 'soles of the feet' - as in Melachim 1, 20:10 and in Yeshayah, 40:12.

2

Targum Yonasan: Where Ya'akov and Lavan had set up a pile of stones and a Matzeivah on one side and a watchtower on the other and where they (Lavan and Ya'akov) never to cross over to the other side to do evil to one another.

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