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1)

Why does the Torah repeat the word "Ish"?

1.

Rashi (on Pasuk 25): To include Nochrim in the Din of Nedarim and Nedavos. 1


1

Menachos, 73b: To bring exclusively Olos

2)

What is the difference between Nedarim and Nedavos?

1.

Rashi and Ramban #2 (citing MIshnah, Kinim, 1:1): Neder is when a person says 'Harei Alai'; Nedavah, when he says 'Harei Zeh'. 1

2.

Ramban #2: A Nedavah is a gift, a Neder, a vow that one makes (to bring an Olah or a Shelamim) when in trouble. 2


1

Ramban: Which he designates and brings immediately. Consequently, he is responsible for the former (to replace it should it die or gets stolen), but not for the latter.

2

Ramban: Which is why, in Vayikra 22:21; the Torah adds the word "Lefalei Neder"

3)

Why does the Torah add "le'Chol Nidreihem u'le'Chol Nidosam"?

1.

Ramban: To teach us that even a Nedavah, which one donates when not under duress, 1 must be without a blemish.

2.

Seforno: To disillusion those who think that, since they volunteered to bring the Korban Olah, they are entitled to bring a Ba'al-Mum should they so wish. 2


1

Refer to 22:18:2:2.

2

Seforno: The Pasuk therefore teaches us that this is a fallacy, since, if one would not bring a blemished animal to one's king, how much more so to Hakadosh-Baruch-Hu, as the Pasuk writes in Mal'achi, 1:8.

4)

What is the connection between the previous Parshah and the forthcoming one?

1.

Seforno: The previous Parshah discussed the Dinim of those bringing the Korbanos; the forthcoming Parshah, the equivalent Dinim concerning the Korbanos themselves.

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