1)

KORBANOS DESIGNATED FOR A NEZIRUS THAT WAS ANNULLED

(a)

(Mishnah): If a woman accepted Nezirus and designated an animal for her Korban, and her husband annulled her Nezirus:

1.

If it was his animal, it may graze with the flock (it has no Kedushah);

2.

If it was her animal, if it was a Chatas, it must die. If it was an Olah, it is offered for an Olah. If it was a Shelamim, it is offered for a Shelamim, but it may be eaten only for one day, and bread (Lachmei Nazir) is not brought with it.

(b)

If she had set aside money for the Korbanos Stam (without specifying for which), it goes to Nedavah (to buy Olos Tzibur to offer when the Mizbe'ach is idle);

(c)

If she specified money for each Korban, the Demei (money for the) Chatas is thrown into the Dead Sea. We may not benefit from it. If one benefited, he did not transgress Me'ilah;

1.

The Demei Olah is used to buy an Olah. If one benefited from the money, he transgressed Me'ilah;

2.

The Demei Shelamim is used to buy a Shelamim. It is eaten for one day and night, and bread is not brought with it.

2)

HOW A WIFE GETS THE ANIMAL FOR HER KORBAN

(a)

(Gemara) Version #1 - Question: Who is the Tana of our Mishnah, who exempts a husband from paying for his wife's Korbanos?

(b)

Answer (Rav Chisda): It is the Chachamim who argue with R. Yehudah (in the following Beraisa). It cannot be R. Yehudah. Since he obligates her husband to pay, if she designated one of his animals, it would remain Kodesh!

1.

(Beraisa - R. Yehudah): If a woman must bring a Korban, even if she is poor, her husband (if he is rich) must bring the Korban of a rich person on her behalf;

2.

He must pay for all Korbanos that she must bring, for he wrote to her (in the Kesuvah) 'all your obligations are Alai.' (Tosfos' text - (in the receipt for payment of her Kesuvah) she writes to him '(I pardon) all obligations that you have to me.')

(c)

Rejection (Rava): The Mishnah is even like R. Yehudah. He must pay only for what she truly needs. (Since he annulled her Nezirus, she does not need the Korbanos.)

(d)

Version #2 - Question: Who is the Tana of our Mishnah?

(e)

Answer (Rav Chisda): It is R. Yehudah. A husband must pay only for what his wife truly needs.

1.

It cannot be Chachamim. They totally exempt him from paying for her Korbanos!

2.

Question: According to Chachamim, before he annulled her Nezirus, how would she designate Korbanos? (Normally, all a woman's property belongs to her husband!)

3.

Answer: He gave her animals, and she made a Kinyan (a legal acquisition. Previously he authorized her to take animals for Korbanos. If he agreed to give her animals for Nezirus, this is Kiyum, and he could not annul later!)

4.

Objection: If so, there is no distinction between his animals and hers! (Therefore, the Mishnah cannot be like Chachamim.)

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(f)

Rejection (Rava): The Mishnah is like Chachamim. He allows her to acquire only what she truly needs.

(g)

(Mishnah): If the animal was hers, if it is a Chatas, it must die. If it is an Olah, it is offered.

(h)

Question: How did she acquire an animal? A husband receives whatever his wife acquires!

(i)

Answer #1 (Rav Papa): She ate less than he is obligated to feed her, and saved the difference.

(j)

Answer #2: Someone else gave her an animal on condition that her husband has no rights to it.

3)

SHALMEI NAZIR OFFERED WITHOUT BREAD

(a)

(Mishnah): An Olah is offered for a Olah. A Shelamim is offered...

(b)

Question (Shmuel): How do we explain the following teaching?

1.

Four rams (Shelamim of a Nazir) are brought without bread - hers, his, after death, and after atonement.

(c)

Answer (Avuha bar Ihi): 'Hers' is like in our Mishnah;

1.

His - (Mishnah): A man can impose Nezirus on his son. A woman cannot impose Nezirus on her son;

i.

If the son shaved or protested, or relatives shaved him or protested (this annuls the Nezirus his father put upon him). If money was designated for the Korbanos Stam, it goes to Nedavah;

ii.

If money was specified for each Korban, Demei Chatas is thrown into the Dead Sea. We may not benefit from it; if one benefited, he did not transgress Me'ilah;

iii.

Demei Olah is used to buy an Olah. If one benefited from the money, he transgressed Me'ilah;

iv.

Demei Shelamim is used to buy a Shelamim. It is eaten for one day, and bread is not brought with it.

2.

After death - (Mishnah): If one designated money for Korbanos Nezirus, we may not benefit from it. If one benefited, he did not transgress Me'ilah, because all the money could be used to buy the Shelamim (to which Me'ilah does not apply);

i.

If he died, and money was designated for the Korbanos Stam, it goes to Nedavah;

ii.

If money was specified for each Korban, Demei Chatas is thrown into the Dead Sea. We may not benefit from it; if one benefited, he did not transgress Me'ilah;

iii.

Demei Olah is used to buy an Olah. If one benefited from the money, he transgressed Me'ilah;

iv.

Demei Shelamim is used to buy a Shelamim. It is eaten for one day, and bread is not brought with it.

3.

After atonement (the Nazir designated a Shelamim, lost it, offered a different animal for Shelamim, then found the original animal) is learned from reasoning:

i.

When the Nazir died, we offer the Shelamim without bread because it is not for atonement. The same applies if the Nazir already offered a different animal!

(d)

Question: There are more cases!

1.

(Beraisa): All other Shalmei Nazir that were slaughtered improperly (e.g. Lo Lishmah, or it was still in its first year) are valid, but the Nazir was not Yotzei;

i.

The Shelamim is eaten for one day. It does not require bread or (to cook) the foreleg (and give it to a Kohen).

(e)

Answer: The Tana counts only Korbanos that were offered properly.

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