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1)[line 1]אי לאכול ולאכול דבר שאין דרכו לאכולIY LE'ECHOL VELE'ECHOL DAVAR SHE'EIN DARKO LE'ECHOL- [if you suggest that the the Chidush of the Mishnah is that] intentions to eat [join to disqualify a Korban] even for a thing that is not normally eaten
2)[line 10]התם הוא דלא כי אורחיה קמחשבHASAM HU D'LO KI ORCHEI KA'MECHASHEV- there it is [that two intents do not combine] because he is intending to do something unusual (i.e. to eat something (the Kometz) that is not meant to be eaten)
PEREK #2 HA'KOMETZ ES HA'MINCHAH
3)[line 17]שהזבח דמו ובשרו ואימוריו אחדSHEHA'ZEVACH DAMO U'VESARO V'EIMURAV ECHAD- that in the case of an animal offering, its blood, its meat, and its sacrificial parts are considered one unit
4)[line 20]אין מפגלין בחצי מתירEIN MEFAGLIN BA'CHATZI MATIR - an animal cannot be rendered Pigul by having intent in half of a Matir (MEFALGIN BA'CHATZI MATIR)
Certain Avodos consist of two distinct actions. Shechitah, for example, consists of cutting through two parts of the neck; the trachea (Kaneh) and the esophagus (Veshet). Offering a Minchah upon the Mizbe'ach consists of two parts; offering flour and offering Levonah (frankincense). In such cases, the Tana'im disagree as to whether the Korban becomes Pigul (see Background to Menachos 11:26) if only one of these two actions are performed with intent to eat the Korban after its allotted time. Rebbi Meir disqualifies such a Korban, while the Rabanan do not (Menachos 16a).
5)[line 3]אין מתיר מפגל את המתירEIN MATIR MEFAGEL ES HA'MATIR- one Matir cannot effect Pigul in another Matir; i.e. if, while performing the Avodah of one Matir, the Kohen has intent to offer the other Matir on the Mizbe'ach outside of its allotted time, the offering does not become Pigul. A "Matir" is any part of a Korban which, when offered, permits a different part (such as the Zerikah of the blood of an animal Korban, which permits the Korban, or the Kometz of a Minchah offering, which permits the Minchah offering).
6)[line 7]דלאו מינה דמנחה היאD'LAV MINAH D'MINCHAH HI- because it (the Levonah) is not of the same kind as the Minchah
7)[line 8]דמינה דהדדי נינהוD'MINAH D'HADADEI NINHU- they (the two spoonfuls of Levonah of the Lechem ha'Panim) are both of the same kind
8)[line 11]מה שינתהMAH SHINSAH- what is the difference
9)[line 14]אינה בעיכוב מנחהEINAH B'IKUV MINCHAH- it (the Levonah) is not subject to being held back with the rest of the Minchah [until the Kometz is burned on the Mizbe'ach]
10)[line 21]היכא דלא איקבעו בחד מנאHEICHA D'LO IKAV'U B'CHAD MANA- it is where the two permitters were not established as a single offering by being placed in a Keli Shareis
11)[line 23]ליקוט לבונה בזר פסולLIKUT LEVONAH B'ZAR PASUL- the gathering of the Levonah by a non-Kohen is invalid [because it is an essential Avodah that may be done only by a Kohen]
12)[line 24]הולכה שלא ברגל שמה הולכהHOLACHAH SHE'LO B'REGEL SHEMAH HOLACHAH
(a)The offering of a Korban consists of four primary actions. These four Avodos are Shechitah (slaughtering), Kabalas ha'Dam (collecting the lifeblood of the Korban in a vessel), Holachah (bringing the blood to the Mizbe'ach), and Zerikah (dashing the blood upon the Mizbe'ach).
(b)There is a difference of opinion among the Amora'im as to whether Holachah requires the Kohen bringing the blood to the Mizbe'ach to actually walk to the Mizbe'ach while holding the blood, or whether Holachah may be accomplished by simply extending his hand holding the blood towards the Mizbe'ach.
13)[line 31]התם ממילא הכא קא שקיל ורמיHASAM MEMEILA; HACHA KA SHAKIL V'RAMI- there [the blood spurts into the vessel] on its own; here, he takes it and places it (the Kohen takes the Kometz and places it in the vessel with his hand)
14)[line 37]לאכול אחד מן הסדריםLE'ECHOL ECHAD MIN HA'SEDARIM - to eat one of the stacks of the Lechem Ha'Panim (LECHEM HA'PANIM)
The Lechem ha'Panim (showbread) is an offering of 12 loaves (that are Matzah), which are arranged in two Sedarim (stacks), six loaves to each Seder, on the Golden Table of the Mishkan or Beis ha'Mikdash. Fresh loaves were arranged on the Table every Shabbos and are left there until the following Shabbos. The Kohanim eat the loaves that are removed (Vayikra 24:5-9), half being given to the Kohen Gadol (learned from the word "l'Aharon") and half to the other Kohanim (from "l'Vanav"). A Kometz of Levonah is placed alongside each stack in a Bazach (bowl). After the loaves are removed, the Levonah is salted and burned on the Mizbe'ach. The offering of the Levonah permits the loaves to be eaten.