Nazir Chart #12

Chart for Nazir Daf 55b, 60a

THE KORBANOS BROUGHT, AND THE ACTS OF "GILU'ACH" PERFORMED, BY A "SAFEK NAZIR TAMEI" WHO IS ALSO A "SAFEK METZORA MUCHLAT"

(A)
FOR WHAT SEFEIKOS IS HE "MEGALE'ACH?
(B)
WHICH KORBAN DOES HE BRING?
1 THE FIRST TIGLACHAS

Nazir Tahor -

Nazir Tamei -

Metzora -
(1st haircut)

Olas Behemah (1)

Chatas ha'Of (2)

Tziporim (3)

2 THE SECOND TIGLACHAS

Nazir Tahor -

Metzora -
(2nd haircut)

Olas Behemah (1)

Chatas ha'Of, Asham (4)

3 THE THIRD TIGLACHAS

Nazir Tahor -

Nazir Tamei -

Olas Behemah (1)

Chatas ha'Of (2)

4 THE FOURTH TIGLACHAS Nazir Tahor - Olas Behemah (1) &
Chatas Behemah &
Shalmei Nazir

THE THREE RULES OF THUMB:
*1* A Nazir must shave for his Tzora'as before shaving for Nezirus Tum'ah or Nezirus Taharah.
*2* A Nazir must shave for his Nezirus Tum'ah before shaving for his Nezirus Taharah.
*3* It is prohibited to perform any Tiglachas out of doubt during the days of his Nezirus. Even during the days of his Safek Nezirus, he may not shave out of doubt.

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FOOTNOTES:

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(1) When he brings the Olas Behemah each time he shaves during the first three Tiglachos, he stipulates that, "If I am a Nazir Tahor now, then this Korban is my Olas Chovah. If I am not a Nazir Tahor, then it is an Olas Nedavah." Then, when he does the fourth Tiglachas, he stipulates, "If I was not a Nazir Tahor until now, then this Korban is my Olas Chovah. If I was already a Nazir Tahor (and already brought my Olas Chovah in its proper time), then this is an Olas Nedavah."

(2) He also brings an Olas ha'Of, according to Tosfos (59b, DH Mi Shome'a). (However, according to Tosfos on 60a, DH Tiglachas, since he is only a Safek Nazir Tamei, it suffices to bring a Chatas ha'Of alone without bringing a Olas ha'Of. [This Tosfos is a Hagahah, and was not authored by the same Rishon as the first Tosfos.])

(3) One bird is slaughtered over a basin of water, and the second is dipped in the water and then sent away. (This procedure is not conducted in the Azarah but at the gate of the city, and hence it presents no problem of bringing Chulin into the Azarah in case he is not a Metzora.)

(4) See above, footnote #2. When he brings the Asham, he stipulates that if he is not a Metzora, the animal should be a Shelamim, and it is eaten with the Chumros of both an Asham and Shelamim (according to Rebbi Shimon, who is not concerned for decreasing the amount of time that one has to eat Kodshim (60a)).

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