In the Pasuk "Kodesh Hu la'Kohen", what is the word "Hu" referring to?


Rashi: In spite of the fact that "Hu" is singular, it refers to the Chalah, the wafer and the Zero'a, which were just waved.


Seeing as the cooked foreleg, which is given to the Kohen and is forbidden to Zarim, is cooked together with the Shelamim, why does it not render the entire animal forbidden to Zarim?


Tosfos (Chulin 98b DH u'Man): Mid'Oraisa, Min b'Mino (Isur mixed with Heter of the same kind) is Batel in a majority. There is an Asmachta from here of the Shi'ur to give taste. Some say that it is one part in 60, forthe ram is 60 times as much as the Zero'a. Some say that it is one part in 100, for the meat of the ram is 100 times as much as that of the Zero'a.


R. Yehudah (Chulin 98b): It is a Gezeiras ha'Kasuv. Normally, Min b'Mino is not Batel.


Why does the Torah see fit to mention the Chazeh ve'Shok of the Shalmei Nazir, seeing as the Chazeh ve'Shok of all Shelamim are given to the Kohen?


Rashi: For the same reason as it saw fit to mention the Nesachim. Refer to 6:15:2:1.

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