[14a - 42 lines; 14b - 46 lines]
1)[line 1]תורניתאTURNISA- (a) (O.F. pin) pine (RASHI); (b) sulfur (TOSFOS DH Turnisa, RASHI to Shabbos 90a DH Kol)
2)[line 1]הוסיפו עליהןHOSIFU ALEIHEN... (SHEVI'IS)
3a)[line 2]אלכסיןALACHSIN- a type of nut
b)[line 2]מוכססיןMUCHSASIN- a type of inferior fig
4)[line 5]כל שיש לו עיקרKOL SHE'YESH LO IKAR- all plants and trees that have a main root
5)[line 7]פירי דארזאPEIREI D'ARZA- (O.F. glant) acorns (of an oak tree)
6)[line 9]תאיני חיוראתאTE'EINEI CHIVAR'ASA- a species of inferior white figs, the trees of which produce fruits over a 3-year period
7)[line 13]לבונה זכהLEVONAH ZAKAH- frankincense or oliban (see Background to 13:41) (the word Zakah refers to the species, and does not mean "pure" - RASHI)
8)[line 13]חבילהCHAVILAH- a bundle
9)[line 15]משלשה מניןSHELOSHAH MANIN- the weight of three Maneh Tzuri, the denominations of coins used in Tzor (Tyre; this denomination was worth eight times more than the provincial coinage, Kesef Medinah). A Maneh is equivalent to 25 Sela'im, or 100 Zuz.
10)[line 17]אלפני מפקדינן, אלפני דלפני לא מפקדינןA'LIFNEI MIFKADINAN; A'LIFNEI D'LIFNEI LO MIFKADINAN- a person is commanded not to transgress the prohibition of "Lifnei Iver," referring to the verse "וְלִפְנֵי עִוֵּר לֹא תִתֵּן מִכְשֹׁל" "v'Lifnei Iver Lo Siten Michshol" - "Do not place a stumbling block before the blind" (Vayikra 19:14). We learn from this verse that it is forbidden to cause another person to sin by giving him bad advice or by placing before him the opportunity to sin. (Some Rishonim explain that this is only an Isur mid'Rabanan (a Rabbinic prohibition) and is not implicit in the verse.) However, this prohibition only applies to a direct cause to sin; a person who causes another to sin in an indirect manner ("Lifnei d'Lifnei") does not transgress this prohibition.
11)[line 20]"תרנגול למי?" מותר למכור לו תרנגול לבן"TARNEGOL L'MI?" MUTAR LIMKOR LO TARNEGOL LAVAN- if a Nochri announces in the marketplace, "Who has a rooster to sell," it is permitted to sell him a white rooster
12)[line 39]בטווזיגTAVZIG- (O.F. comparage) a friendly feast (in which it is not assumed that the participants will sacrifice to Avodah Zarah)
13)[line 41]חיטי חוורתאCHITEI CHIVARTA- "white," i.e. pale yellow wheat
14)[line 8]מיבק הוא דאביקMEIVAK HU D'AVIK- he is extremely attached
15)[line 10]דליתבו ליD'LEISVU LI- that they should give (i.e. sell) it to me
The Pri Megadim (in his Igeres preceding his introduction to Orach Chaim, #9) quotes and discusses various explanations for the word Teiku:
1.It is sealed in its container ("Tik") (ARUCH, Erech Tik).
2.Tehei Ka'i - "Let it (the question) stand" (MUSAF HA'ARUCH).
3.Tishbi Yetaretz Kushyos v'Ibayos - "Eliyahu ha'Navi will answer difficulties and questions" (TOSFOS YOM TOV, end of Eduyos).
17)[line 21]גמיריGEMIREI- we have a tradition
18)[line 29]קשבאKISBHA- (a) a type of date; (b) a shrub that has deep and straight roots, planted in hedges to mark boundaries; prob. Cistus
19)[line 31]קורייטיKURYATEI- a species of date
20)[line 35]וקא מחוו לךKA MECHAVU LACH- they will show them to you
21a)[line 36]בהמה דקהBEHEMAH DAKAH- small domesticated (farm) animals (such as sheep and goats)
b)[line 38]בהמה גסהBEHEMAH GASAH- large, domesticated (farm) animals (such as cows, donkeys, and horses)
22)[line 38]אין מוכרין להם בהמה גסהEIN MOCHRIN LAHEM BEHEMAH GASAH
(a)The Chachamim decreed not to sell a beast of burden to a Nochri. The reason for this prohibition is that if one could sell his animal to a Nochri, he may be tempted to lend or rent his animal to the Nochri, who would then work with a Jew's animal on Shabbos. This is prohibited, as the verse states, "לֹא תַעֲשֶׁה כָל מְלָאכָה... וּבְהֶמְתֶּךָ" "Lo Sa'aseh Chol Melachah... u'Vehemtecha" - "Do not do any work [on Shabbos]... [nor] your animals" (Shemos 20:10).
(b)Another reason given for this decree is that the Jew might start the sale a few minutes before the start of Shabbos and call to the loaded animal on Shabbos to show the Nochri how well it works. By doing so he would transgress the prohibition of Mechamer on Shabbos (Avodah Zarah 15a).
(c)According to Nachum ha'Madi (7b), the Chachamim did not apply this prohibition in the case of selling an old, male horse to a Nochri. Such a sale is not beneficial to the Nochri, and it is very uncommon, and the Chachamim did not enact decrees for unusual situations (RASHI).
23a)[line 39]עגליםAGALIM- calves
b)[line 39]וסייחיםSEYACHIM- young donkeys
24a)[line 39]שלמיןSHELEMIN- whole, healthy
b)[line 39]ושבוריןSHEVURIN- broken, permanently injured such that it cannot work
25)[line 43]אין מעמידיןEIN MA'AMIDIN- we may not entrust [an animal to the care of a Nochri]
26)[line 44]בפונדקאותPUNDEKA'OS- inns
27)[line 45]הרביעהREVI'AH- bestiality
28)[last line]לייחדL'YACHED- to leave [the animal] alone [with the Nochri]