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1) [line 3] V'HADAR - and [the purchase is] returned, retracted
4) [line 6] BEI'EI D'DICHRA L'MAN - "Who has eggs that were fertilized by a
6) [line 11] D'SHAMINAN TEFEI - because they are fatter, richer
8) [line 17] ME'UROS B'GIDIN - mingled with veins and sinews
10) [line 18] NIVLAS OF TAHOR
11) [line 18] SHELAL SHEL BEITZIM - eggs in the stage before being laid, that are still mixed with veins and sinews. The word "Shalal" refers to the veins and sinews that are attached to the egg, since Shalal is a word for basting; i.e. long loose stitches (O.F. baste - basting, tacking)
12) [line 19] HA'ESHKOL SHEL BEITZIM - eggs at a stage of development earlier than Shalal
13) [line 19] KURKEVAN - the gizzard (the second stomach of a bird).
16) [line 24] V'APUSHEI TUM'AH MID'RABANAN LO MAFSHINAN - the Rabanan avoided making decrees that would add unnecessarily to the number of cases of Tum'ah mid'Rabanan. (Therefore, even if they gave incomplete eggs the status of meat regarding the prohibition of eating meat and milk, they did not give them the status of meat regarding the Halachah that one who eats the Neveilah of an Of Tahor -- above, #10 -- becomes Tamei.)
*17*) [line 25] AMAR RAV YOSEF, REBBI YA'AKOV HI - that is, only if eggs are *not* mingled with the sinews are they considered detached, but if they are mingled they are considered attached (mid'Rabanan, as we concluded earlier). Nevertheless, the Beraisa maintains that eating eggs mingled with sinews from the Shelal Shel Beitzim of Nivlas Of ha'Tahor does not make a person Tamei, since the Rabanan did not want to increase the incidence of Tum'ah, as the Gemara concluded earlier.
18) [line 27] ESHKOL GUFEI - the ovary of the bird itself (that is located under the spine)
19) [line 33] ATALEF - (O.F. chauvesouris) a bat
*21*) [line 41] KOL HEICHAH D'IKA ZACHAR LO SAFNA ME'AR'A - that is, when there is a male nearby the female does not produce eggs "from the heat of the ground," but rather it goes to the male and produces eggs from the male.
22) [line 1] D'SHAM'AH KALEI B'YEMAMA - that she hears his call in the daytime. (At night his call is heard better because there is less noise to drown it out)
23) [line 2] SHITIN BATEI - sixty houses, one after the other
27) [line 10] GILUYA
28) [line 13] EIN CHIMUTZO KASHEH - it is not heavily leavened
29) [line 39] V'CHISAHU B'AFAR (KISUY HA'DAM)
30) [last line] DEKER NA'UTZ - a shovel that was stuck into the ground