[89a - 51 lines; 89b - 51 lines]

1)[line 1]חזה ושוקCHAZEH VA'SHOK

The chest and the hind leg of a Shelamim (peace offering) are waved in a prescribed manner and then given as a gift to the Kohanim, as described in Vayikra (7:28-36).

2)[line 17]סמיכהSEMICHAH

Semichah refers to the positive commandment to lean with all of one's might on the head of his sacrifice before it is slaughtered, as described in Vayikra 1:4.

3)[line 38]שפליםSHEFALIM- negligent

4a)[line 46]מחיותיה דשהMI'CHIYUSEI D'SEH- while the lamb is still alive

b)[line 47]מהוייתיה דשהME'HAVAYASEI D'SEH- while the actions (Avodos) of the lamb are still being performed


5)[line 4]שהיו ידיו של אחד מהן יפותSHE'HAYU YADAV SHEL ECHAD MEHEN YAFOS- this is a euphemism which implies that one of them was able to eat a large amount of food very quickly

6)[line 6]הא קבילתוןHA KABILTUN- you have agreed that I may eat [as much as I am able]

7)[line 7]לתיקוני זביחהL'SIKUNEI ZEVICHAH- (lit. to take proper care of the Korban [Pesach]) by eating an average portion, no meat would be left over to become Nosar (see Background to Pesachim 83:3)

8)[line 15]דעות שאניDE'OS SHA'ANI- a number of people (each with his own mindset) is different

9)[line 26]סיבולתSIBOLES- a meal to which all participants contribute

10)[line 30]דצוותא בעלמא הואD'TZAVSA B'ALMA HU- that it is for mere companionship

11)[line 38]עריבו ריפתאARIVU RIFTA- they "mixed" (i.e. shared) their bread

12)[line 45]מאה פפי ולא חדא רבינאME'AH PAPEI V'LO CHADA RAVINA- better 100 Rav Papas than with one Ravina (see Insights)

13)[line 47]ומעות כל שהןU'MA'OS KOL SHE'HEN- that is, whatever amount of Chulin money for which the Olah or Shelamim were purchased, even if it amounted to more than the animal's worth.

14)[line 47]לנדבהNEDAVAH

There are six Shofaros (coffers) kept in the Beis ha'Mikdash, the contents of which are used to purchase Korbanos for "Kayitz ha'Mizbe'ach." Kayitz ha'Mizbe'ach consists of Korbanos Olah that are offered upon the Mizbe'ach when it is not otherwise in use. (Rashi to Sukah 56a DH Kayitz explains that these offerings are called Kayitz since they are a "dessert" for the Mizbe'ach. Kayitz refers to cut figs, a common dessert.) These Korbanos are Korbenos Tzibur (communal offerings).

15)[line 50]חברין בבלאיCHAVRIN BAVLA'EI- our Babylonian colleagues