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דף מה,א גמרא
??? Rabbi ??? says created souls ??? He said to him: Raba son of Rav ??? And there are those who say it was According to Rav Yosef Watch out for leading vav And the halacha is according to the opinion What then does it mean when it says He said to him: ??? Look, What then does it mean when it says the nation a thing
דף מה,א משנה
three people that ate as one group they are obligated to invite one another to recite the blessing after meals he ate produce that may or may not have been properly tithed , and first tithe from which had been removed its terumah-offering , second tithe , and that which was sanctified for Temple use but which has been redeemed ; and the attendant who ate an olive's volume of food , and the Cuthean these are all invited upon it they are all included in the invitation at the end of the meal he ate Tevel , and first tithe that did not have raised up i.e., separated from it its terumah , and second tithe , and that which was sanctified for Temple use that was not redeemed , and the attendant who ate less than an olive's volume and the stranger i.e., the non-Jew it is not the case that they invite upon him
Women and slaves and children it is not the case that they are invited
up to how much food may one eat before triggering the requirement that they invite until an olive's volume R' Yehuda says: until an egg's volume
דף מה,א גמרא
??? Rav Assi said: For scripture said: (Ps. 34) ??? to Hashem will come ??? was his name ??? Rabbi Abahu he said from here (Deut. 32) For in that place Hashem I invoke, declare ye ??? to our God" Rav said ??? son of Abba from where do we learn ??? "Amen" that did not have ??? His voice -- more from has blessed as it is said ??? to Hashem will come ??? was his name ??? he said R' Shimon ben Pazi: from where do we learn that do not ??? permission ??? His voice -- more from One who reads as it is said (Ex. 19) Moses He shall say and God answered to the voice of that do not Therefore, scripture states: to the voice of for just as Therefore, scripture states: to the voice of ??? of Moses Another teaching is like this: yes. ??? permission ??? His voice -- more from One who reads and if it would be impossible ??? His voice opposite One who reads ??? One who reads His voice ??? was it said; two that ate as one ??? Rav and Rabbi Yochanan One says if ??? to invite they invite and one says if ??? to invite yes. they invite We have learnt in a Mishna: three that ate as one they are obligated to invite three yes. two No. there i.e., in another mishna guilt-obligation Here in this case, is a voluntary act Come and hear: three that ate as one they are obligated to invite And there is no meaning to the word ??? to divide three yes. two No. It is different there in that case ??? them ??? from the beginning Come and hear: the sun that he was ??? on ??? Behold! this he eats with them despite the fact that did not have were given to him is a voluntary act he was ??? on ??? Behold! this he does not he eats with them But rather, if so, were given to him is a voluntary act It is different there in that case
דף מה,ב גמרא
??? them ??? them ??? Come and hear: women ??? for themselves and slaves ??? for themselves women and slaves and children if ??? to invite yes. they invite ??? women even ??? Hey, isn't it the case that hundred ??? men ??? And we have learned women ??? for themselves and slaves they invite for themselves It is different there in that case That there are ??? I would say at the end of the teaching, women and slaves if ??? to invite yes. they invite why is it that No. And this is present here. ??? It is different there in that case It is because of this: ??? of Rav for he said: if ??? to invite yes. they invite for he said: Rav Dimi son of Joseph Rav said three that ate as one and went out one from them ??? to him and invited upon it The reason is ??? to him this one No. ??? to him No. It is different there in that case ??? them ??? from the beginning except ??? of R' Yochanan he for he said: if ??? to invite yes. they invite for he said: Rabbah son of son of ??? that R' Yochanan said two that ate as one one from them he would exit with the blessing of his fellow and we were at of it What then does it mean when it says Come and hear from this ??? "Hear!" and not ??? he has fulfilled his obligation and Rabbi Zeira said to say that do not the blessing on ??? among them ??? Raba said to him son of Rav Huna to Rav Huna. Hey, isn't it the case that rabbis ??? from the West They said: if ??? to invite they invite Is this not that has heard them ??? Yochanan No. that has heard them ??? who went down to lead services ??? Back to the main body of the text: Rav said ??? son of Joseph Rav said three that ate as one and went out one from them ??? to him and invited upon it Abayye said: This is only in the case ??? for him and Responded Mar Zutra said: They did not say that except in a case in a case where there are three but: in a case where there are ten until ??? He disagreed with this Rav Ashi ??? nine can be seen ??? two yes. can be seen ??? And the halacha is according to the opinion ??? What is the reason מאי טעמא immediately who seeks to mention in that place heaven ??? for the ten It would not arrange respect Abayye said: ??? two that ate as one a commandment to divide Another teaching is like this: two that ate as one a commandment to divide Regarding what matters are we speaking? ??? but: one ??? and one a pit ??? he makes the blessing and a pit ??? Rabba said: this one the validity ??? I ??? in the name of Rabbi Zeira ??? three that ate as one one interrupt that two And there is no meaning to the word two ??? to one and not Hey, isn't it the case that Rav ??? for him ??? Master, the son of ??? and one that I Rav ??? the limits of justice. he ??? Yehudah son of ??? Master, son of Rav Ashi and Rav Acha ??? together It was not in them? one ??? them ??? this one For it was taught in a baraita three that ate as one they are obligated to invite What case is he dealing with? in a case That there are a person The greatness but: in a case and so when ??? blessings is preferable you shall make the blessing: ??? for his own sake they came in front ??? He said to them the hands of blessing ??? the hands of ??? No. ??? And so ??? yes. ??? at the end of eating, before they leave came ??? we bless What does he say? after them Rav ??? he said Blessed be ??? Rav Papa said, answer "Amen" and does not disagree this one ??? that he came They said: "let us bless Hey, isn't it the case that ??? that he came They said: Blessed be ??? that he came They said: "let us bless says Blessed be ??? that he came They said: Blessed be answer "Amen" One teaching ??? "Amen" after ??? Behold! this ??? And another teaching Behold! this ??? There is no difficulty. this one ??? Jerusalem this one in the remainder of blessings Abaye Responded for him ??? so that thus it will be ??? workers? ??? and the good-doer Is this not a law established by the Torah Rav Ashi Responded for him ??? so that thus it will be that is not ??? and the good-doer
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