1)

What is "T'rumas Matanam" referring to?

1.

Rashi and Seforno: It refers to what the owner separates from the Todah, 1 the Shelamim and the Eil Nazir 2 .

2.

Da'as Zekenim: "Matanam" refers to the Zero'a, L'chayayim ve'Keivah (the right foreleg, the jaw and the stomach), which one who Shechts a Chulin animal separates. 3


1

The chest and the calf of the right foreleg - plus four of the forty loaves that are brought together with the Todah. Refer also to 18:19:1:1.

2

The cooked right foreleg of a Nazir's Shelamim ram.

3

What is the source that our Pasuk discusses them? Tenufah does not apply to them, and a Tamei may eat them. Our Pasuk says "le'Chol Tenufos

2)

Why does the Torah repeat the Lashon 've'Zeh L'cha"? (See Pasuk 9).

1.

Sifri: To teach us that Kodshim Kalim (which the Pasuk is now discussing) are included in the B'ris that Hashem made wiqth the Kohanim. 1


1

See Torah Temimah, note 36.

3)

Why does the Torah refer to the three current Matnos as "Tenufos"?

1.

Rashi: Because they all require Tenufah (waving in all directions). 1


1

See Sifsei Chachamim.

4)

What is the implication of "Kol Tahor be'Veischa... "?

1.

Rashi #1: It precludes Tamei Kohanim from eating them.

2.

Rashi #2: It permits the Kohen's wife 1 to eat them. 2


1

Which is not allowed for Kodshei Kodashim, as the Torah specifically stated in the previous Pasuk.

2

Refer also to Vayikra 22:11:1:2 and to 18:18:1:1.

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