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NAZIR 15

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The Beraisa says that a Nazir who completed his Nezirus is punished with Malkus if he becomes Tamei, drinks wine, or shaves. (1)
 
If someone says he will be a Nazir when a child is born to him and a Nazir for 100 days, if a child is born within the first 70 days the Nezirus of the son counts also toward his own Nezirus. (2)
 
If the child is born after 70 days, the Nezirus of the son does not count toward his own Nezirus. (3)
 
Rav says that if the child is born on the seventieth day of his own Nezirus, the seventieth day counts for both his Nezirus and the Nezirus of his son. (4)
 
According to Rav if the child is born on the seventy-first day of his own Nezirus, the Nezirus of the son counts also toward his own Nezirus. (5)
 
If a close relative was buried three days prior to the Regel the seven days of mourning are Batel. (6)
 
If a close relative was buried eight days prior to Yom Tov the thirty days of mourning is Batel and it is permitted to take a haircut on Erev Yom Tov.
 
If he failed to take a haircut on Erev Yom Tov he may not take a haircut after Yom Tov. (7)
 
Abba Shaul holds that if a close relative was buried seven days prior to Yom Tov it is permitted to take a haircut on Erev Yom Tov and even if he failed to do so he may take a haircut after Yom Tov. (8)
 
R. Yosi says if the Korban Pesach is brought for a Zav on his seventh day or for a Shomeres Yavam and later in the day they became Tamei they are Patur from a Pesach Sheni. (9)
 
R. Yosi holds that a Zav that saw Zivah on his seventh day is Metamei Mishkav and Moshav retroactively mid'Rabanan.
 
R. Oshiah holds that a Zav who sees Zivah on his seventh day must recount the seven days, but R. Yochanan argues. (10)

A BIT MORE

1. Since he has not yet brought his Korbanos the Dinei Nezirus still apply.
 
2. Since the 30 days of the Nezirus of the son are completely swallowed up within his own Nezirus it counts also toward his own Nezirus.
 
3. After he completes the Nezirus of his son he must complete the missing days of his own Nezirus.
 
4. Since it counts as the first day of his son's Nezirus as well as for the seventieth day of his Nezirus, the ninety-ninth day of his Nezirus is the thirtieth day of his son's Nezirus and he may shave on the hundredth day.
 
5. The day of the birth of his son counts for both his Nezirus and the Nezirus of his son, therefore the Nezirus of his son ends on the hundredth day and is completely swallowed up in his own Nezirus and thus it counts toward his own Nezirus as well.
 
6. The last four days of mourning do not have to be made up after the Regel.
 
7. Since he was not concerned about the Kavod of Yom Tov he may not take a haircut after Yom Tov either.
 
8. Abba Shaul holds that part of the seventh day counts toward the seven days of mourning and part of the day counts toward the thirty days of mourning.
 
9. Since they were Tahor at the time of the Hakravah they are Patur from a Pesach Sheni because R. Yosi holds that even though they saw Tum'ah later that day they are not Tamei retroactively, however they may not eat from the Pesach since they are Tamei at the time of the eating of the Pesach.
 
10. R. Yochanan holds like R. Yosi that part of the day is like a whole day and therefore once the seventh day starts the seven clean days of the Zav are completed and he is not Tamei retroactively.

BRIEF INSIGHT

PART OF A DAY IS A COMPLETE DAY
 
Rav says that if the child is born on the seventieth day of his own Nezirus, the seventieth day counts for both his Nezirus and the Nezirus of his son and he may shave on the hundredth day. Tosfos asks if the son was not born he would not be allowed to shave until day 101 so how do we allow him to shave on the hundredth day which is still in the middle of his Nezirus. Tosfos answers that Min ha'Torah he is allowed to shave on the hundredth day because part of a day is regarded as a complete day and therefore even though mid'Rabanan he may not shave until day 101 in the case that a son is born the Rabanan allow him to shave on day 100.

QUICK HALACHAH

MOURNING ON REGEL
 
If Yom Tov arrived after the seven days of mourning the thirty days of mourning are Batel. Even if the seventh day of mourning is on Erev Regel it is permitted to take a haircut and to wash clothes on Erev Regel. (Shulchan Aruch OC 548:8)
 
Part of the seventh day counts toward the seven days of mourning and part of the day counts toward the thirty days of mourning and since one day of the Sheloshim was kept prior to the Regel it is not necessary to complete the Sheloshim after the Regel. (Mishnah Berurah)

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