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1. The Gemara discusses at length when an animal is deemed "Muktzah."
2. Everything stated in the Mishnah that cannot be offered as a Korban is permitted for a Jew to eat, aside from a Tereifah.
3. The Mishnah discusses the definition of an Esnan Zonah.
4. Abaye and Rava argue about the Esnan of a non-Jewish Zonah, and whether a Kohen who is with her receives lashes due to his prohibition against being with a Zonah.
5. There is an argument about whether an unmarried woman involved in relations with a man without Kidushin is called a Zonah.
A BIT MORE
1. Reish Lakish (28b) says that an animal that is set aside to be brought as a sacrifice after seven years to an idol is called "Muktzah." However, many (28b-29a) argue that as long as it is set aside to idolatry in some fashion, it is deemed "Muktzah."
2. The Gemara discusses at length why the verses need to state that a Tereifah cannot be offered as a Korban if it cannot even be eaten by an ordinary Jew. In contrast, it is understandable why the other animals in the Mishnah require a verse to exclude them from being brought as a Korban, as those animals may be eaten by an ordinary Jew.
3. A classic Esnan is an animal given to a Zonah in exchange for her services.
4. Abaye: Her Esnan is indeed an Esnan Zonah, and a Kohen who is with her does not receive lashes for transgressing the prohibition of Zonah. Rava: Her Esnan is not an Esnan Zonah, and a Kohen who is with her receives lashes for transgressing the prohibition of Zonah.
5. While the majority opinion is that she is not a Zonah, Rebbi Elazar maintains that she is a Zonah.
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