Kollel Iyun Hadaf, Jerusalem
1) A pregnant woman or a Yoledes who has not seen blood for three Onos, adopts the Din of 'Dayah Sha'atah'.
(a) What does this mean - and what is 'three Onos'?2) 'Beis Shamai and Beis Hillel agree that if a woman sees blood after her days of Tohar, she still has the Din of 'Dayah Sha'atah'.
(a) What is the problem with Rav from here?3) If a Yoledes be'Zov counted seven clean days, but had not yet Toveled when she saw blood, Beis Shamai follow their reasoning (that she is Tehorah), and Beis Hillel follow their's (that she is Temei'ah).
(a) What is the problem with Levi from here?The Gemara's first answer is that Levi learns the other Beraisa quoted above, which states that even Beis Hillel will agree in such a case that we will say 'Dayah Sha'atah?
(b) What is the Gemara's second answer?4) Is the Halachah entirely like Rav, or only le'Chumra - and what are the ramifications of this ruling?
(a) What do we learn from "Zov Damah"?According to Rebbi Eliezer, she must be without pain for twenty-four hours.
(c) What does Rebbi Yehoshua hold in this matter, and what is his source?6) The Mishnah says 'ha'Makshah Nidah. Rav explains that she is a Nidah for a day.
(a) What does that mean?Rav Yitzchak says that she is not a Zavah at all.
(c) What then, does the Mishnah mean - in which case is the Reisha of the Mishnah speaking and when, according to Rav Yitzchak, does the Seifa say that she *is* a Zavah?7)
(a) Why do we include a woman who sees be'Ones' (in the Din of Zavah) from "ve'Ishah Ki Yazuv Zov Damah", and exclude one who sees because of Leidah? (two reasons)The Gemara retracts from the above Derashah because, if so, we should also learn from "Dam Yihye Zovah" (written by Nidah), that only if the Nidus comes by itself is she a Nidah, but not if it comes because of the pains of birth - and that is not the Din. So Shmuel learns the Din of Kashsa from "ve'Tam'ah Shevu'ayim ke'Nidasah".
(c) How does he learn Kashsa from there?8)
(a) What did Rav tell Rav Asi before he died?Rav Asi had many pseudonyms.
(c) What did he mean when he said that his name was also Asisa de'Nachsha?9) Eventually both of them died.
How did they know that they had made peace with each other?