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1)[line 10]וליומא חראUL'YOMA CHARA- and on another day
A Muktzah is an animal that has been set aside ("Muktzah") to be used as an offering for Avodah Zarah. It is unfit to be brought as a Korban. In order to give an animal the status of a Muktzah, some form of action must be performed upon it for Avodah Zarah purposes. Mere speech (Hekdesh l'Avodah Zarah) is not sufficient.
3)[line 23]והאתנןVEHA'ESNAN (ESNAN)
An Esnan is an item given to a harlot for her wage, which may not be brought as a Korban, as stated in Devarim 23:19. For example, if a person gives a sheep to a harlot as her wage, she, or anyone else, may not designate that sheep as a Korban.
4)[line 23]והמחירVEHA'MECHIR (MECHIR KELEV)
An animal that was exchanged for a dog may not be brought as a Korban, as stated in Devarim 23:19.
5)[line 4]שהרי לן כשר באימוריןSHE'HAREI LAN KASHER B'EIMURIN - [blood after Linah is valid (i.e., if it was placed on the Mizbe'ach, it need not be removed)] because Eimurim are valid after Linah (PESULEI KORBAN: LINAH)
Linah is the term used when any parts of the Korbanos were not placed on the Mizbe'ach until the following morning ("Linah" means to sleep overnight - see RASHI to Bereishis 24:23). They become disqualified and may never be placed on the Mizbe'ach. If, however, they were placed on the Mizbe'ach, they need not be removed.