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1)

What are the ramifications of the phrase "k'Mar'eh Tzara'as Or Basar"?

1.

Rashi (on Pasuk 42): It implies (a) that it requires one of the four appearances of Nig'ei Basar and (b) that it can last a maximum of two weeks. 1

2.

Ramban (on Pasuk 29-30): It implies that it is Metamei via a Michyah or spreading. 2


1

Rashi: Unlike Nega'im on a location of hair, which do not require one of the four appearances, and which last at most one week.

2

Ramban, citing Nega'im, 4:3: It is not Metamei via two hairs. See Ramban for reason.

2)

What are the ramifications of the phrase "ke'Mar'eh Tzara'as Or Basar"?

1.

Rashi (on Pasuk 42): It implies a. that it requires one of the four appearances of Nig'ei Basar 1 and b. that it can last a maximum of two weeks. 2

2.

Ramban (on Pasuk 29/30): It implies that it is Metamei via a Michyah or spreading. 3


1

Not like Nega'im on a location of hair (Rashi).

2

Not one, like Nega'im in the location of a boil and a burn, or three, like Nega'im in the location of hair (Rashi).

3

But not via two hairs (Ramban, citing Nega'im, 4:3). See Ramban for reason.

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