hebrew
1)

What does "be'Einav" mean?

1.

Rashi: It means that the Nega retained its appearance and its size. 1

2.

Ramban (citing Toras Kohanim), Da'as Zekenim: It means that the appearance of the Nega did not change in the eyes of the Kohen. 2


1

As in Bamidbar 11:7, in Yechezkel, 1:22 (Ramban). Da'as Zekenim - if so, it should say "Omed b'Einav"! Hadar Zekenim - if so, it should say "b'Einav Amad"! (Then, b'Einav could refer only to the Nega. "Omed b'Einav" is ambiguous. - PF)

2

See Ramban.

2)

What if the Nega spread after the first week?

1.

Rashi: If the Nega spread after the first week, the Kohen declares him Tamei. 1


1

As implied by the words of the Pasuk.

3)

What is "Mispachas"?

1.

Rashi: "Mispachas" is the name of a Tahor plague.

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