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1)

What are the implications of the word "Michn'sei Bad"?

1.

Zevachim, 18b: It implies that the pants should be 1. made of linen; 1 2. new, 2 3. twined; 3 and 4. worn on their own 4 and not together with pants of Chol.


1

See Torah Temimah, note 32.

2

See Torah Temimah, note 31, citing the Rambam, who learns the fact that they must be new from "le'Chavod u'le'Sif'ares".

3

See Torah Temimah, note 32.

4

See Torah Temimah, note 33.

2)

How were the linen pants made?

1.

Nidah, 13b: They were similar to the apron worn by horse-riders; it reached from the loins to the thighs 1 and had cords to tie it, and it did not have an opening either at the front or at the back. 2


1

Oznayim la'Torah: They were short in order not to stumble over them

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