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Rav says that even if the Bi'ah of the Yavam was done without intent, if the Yavam is a Kohen the Yevamah is permitted to eat Terumah. (1)
Shmuel says that only if the Yevamah was already eating Terumah under her husband does a Bi'ah without intent permit her to eat Terumah. (2)
An alternate version of the dispute between Rav and Shmuel is that they argue in a case when the Yevamah fell to Yibum from Nisu'in. (3)
If a Kohen is Mekadesh a woman, and between the Kidushin and Nisu'in he becomes a deaf-mute, his wife may not eat Terumah. (4)
Rebbi Nasan maintains that if a Kohen becomes a deaf-mute between the Kidushin and Nisu'in, his wife may eat Terumah. (5)
The Rabanan maintain that a deaf-mute Kohen's wife may eat Terumah only if she has a son from the Kohen. (6)
A married woman who was raped is permitted to her husband if he is not a Kohen. If her husband dies, she is forbidden to marry a Kohen.
If the wife of a Kohen is raped, she is regarded as a Zonah and a Sotah. According to the second version of the Gemara, she is only a Sotah and not a Zonah.
The Tana Kama says that as soon as a Kohen performs Eirusin with a divorcee who is the daughter of a Kohen, she becomes disqualified from eating Terumah. (7)
A BIT MORE
1. This applies even if she is a Yevamah from Eirusin and she was not eating Terumah under her husband.
2. Shmuel agrees that she is regarded as a Yevamah for all of the things that are mentioned in the Parshah. However, with regard to Terumah, Shmuel maintains that since she was only an Arusah and was not eating Terumah under her husband, she may not eat Terumah under the Yavam without a complete Bi'ah with intent for the Mitzvah.
3. Even though she was eating Terumah during the lifetime of her husband, Shmuel maintains that she does not eat Terumah under the Yavam unless he does a complete Bi'ah. However, in a case in which the Yevamah fell to Yibum from Eirusin, even Rav maintains that she does not eat Terumah under the Yavam unless he does a complete Bi'ah.
4. If he becomes a deaf-mute after the Nisu'in, his wife may continue to eat Terumah.
5. The reason is that Min ha'Torah the Kalah may eat Terumah immediately upon Eirusin. The Rabanan decreed that a woman may not eat Terumah until after the Nisu'in. However, in this case, since Min ha'Torah she is allowed to eat Terumah from the time of the Eirusin, and at that time the Chasan was not a deaf-mute, once the Eirusin takes place she is allowed to eat Terumah.
6. Once the son dies, she may no longer eat Terumah, even if she is still married to the father.
7. However, if he divorces her from Eirusin, she reverts back to being permitted to eat Terumah. Rebbi Eliezer and Rebbi Shimon disagree with the Tana Kama and say that she becomes disqualified only once she has Bi'ah and becomes a Chalalah. In that case, she remains disqualified forever, even after he divorces her.
AN INCOMPLETE YIBUM
Shmuel says that certain types of Bi'ah of the Yavam are not regarded as a complete act of Yibum, and the Yevamah is prohibited from eating Terumah. Rav disagrees. The Rashba says that the dispute between Rav and Shmuel is in the case of a Bi'ah done without intent, which is not a valid Bi'ah for other matters, such as being Mekadesh a woman. Shmuel maintains that also for Yibum it does not work completely, and certain conventions of Yibum do not yet apply. In contrast, a partial Bi'ah, which is regarded as a valid Bi'ah for all other matters, would work completely for Yibum, and in such a case Shmuel would agree that she may eat Terumah. However, the Rif explains that the dispute between Rav and Shmuel is regarding a partial Bi'ah, and the Yerushalmi explicitly says that the dispute is regarding a partial Bi'ah. The Ramban explains that the Yerushalmi understands that the dispute is regarding a partial Bi'ah that was also done without intent. In that case, Shmuel rules that she may not eat Terumah, but if there was one factor without the other, she is permitted to eat Terumah.
THE WIFE OF A KOHEN
A Kohen's wife who had intimate relations with another man, even if she was raped, is forbidden to her husband.
The wife of a Yisrael who was raped is forbidden to a Kohen, even though she is permitted to her husband. (Shulchan Aruch EH 6:10-11)
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