[54a - 40 lines; 54b - 37 lines]

1)[line 16]דרומאDAROMA- the south of Eretz Yisrael, the Negev (or a town by that name in that location)

2)[line 27]דלא חש לקימחאD'LO CHASH L'KIMCHA- lit. who has no concern for the flour he grinds, [whether it is ground from wheat or from bran] (RASHI Pesachim 84a); i.e., for the words that he utters (RASHI Yevamos 42b)


3)[line 17]כי מקלעינןKI MIKLE'INAN- when it falls

4)[line 21]חלבי שבתCHELVEI SHABBOS- the fats (Chelev) [and limbs] of the afternoon Korban Tamid that was brought on Shabbos (Mishnah Shabbos 113a and RASHI Shabbos 114a)

5)[line 26]כי סליקית להתםKI SELIKIS L'HASAM- when I went up there [to Eretz Yisrael]

6)[line 29]אין בין עצרת לעצרת ואין בין ראש השנה לראש השנה אלא ארבעה ימים בלבדEIN BEIN ATZERES L'ATZERES V'EIN BEIN ROSH HA'SHANAH L'ROSH HA'SHANAH ELA ARBA'AH YAMIM BILVAD

The day of the week on which Shavuos and Rosh Hashanah fall, respectively, in two consecutive years is always four days apart. (The Halachah does not follow this opinion.)

7)[line 34]לידע שהוקבע ראש חדש בזמנוLEIDA SHE'HUKBA ROSH CHODESH B'ZEMANO- to show that Beis Din is confident that the day that they chose for Rosh Chodesh is the right day

8)[last line]כרכוב המזבחKARKOV HA'MIZBE'ACH- (a) the outermost two Amos atop the Mizbe'ach, where the Kohanim would walk (Shekalim 22a, according to TIKLIN CHADETIN). This follows the Girsa of the Mishnah and the Yerushalmi, "AL KARKOV HA'MIZBE'ACH L'MA'ALAH" (TOSFOS DH d'Tanya); (b) the Sovev, the Amah-wide ledge approximately halfway up the Mizbe'ach, along which the Kohanim would walk (RASHI). This follows the Girsa "TACHAS KARKOV HA'MIZBE'ACH L'MATAH"; according to this Girsa the Rosh Chodesh Korban was placed in the middle of the ramp, immediately below the point at which the ramp branched off to the Sovev. (The word Karkov sometimes refers to the outermost two Amos atop the Mizbe'ach, and sometimes refers to the Sovev - Zevachim 62a.)