What are the connotations of 'Zerikah' used here in connection tion with th ram of the Olah?


Rashi: Zerikah implies sprinkling directly from the bowl. 1


Which is how all Korbanos were sprinkled, with the exception of the Chatas, which the Kohen sprinkled with his finger (which the Torah usually refers to as 'Ha'za'ah' [Rashi]), as we saw in Pasuk 13. Moreover, Rashi adds, whereas the Kohen sprinkled the blood of other Korbanos on two diagonally-opposite corners below the Chut ha'Sikra, whilst standing on the floor of the Azarah, with regard to the Chatas, he had to ascend the ramp to the top of the Mizbe'ach in order to sprinkle the blood on the four K'ranos.


And what are the connotations of the word "Saviv" in the context of Zerikah?


Rashi: It means thatt the Kohen had to sprinkle the blood of Korbnos 1 on two diagonally-opposite corners 2 - thereby ensuring that some of the blood reached all four sides.


Refer to 29:16:1:1*.


The north east and south-western corners (because the south-eastern corner did not have a Keren).

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