Daf Yomi Test – Nazir 16-22

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gemara daf yomiBy Rabbi Yehoshua Berman

  • What day is a stam-nazir supposed to do his giluach (shaving and bringing korbanos)?
  • If a nazir became tamei (from a dead body) on the first day of  his nezirus, does that day count, or does he have to start the count over from the beginning?
  • If someone made a nezirus vow while standing in a cemetery and then drank a bottle of wine, does he get malkos?
  • A 70-day nazir counted his first ten days and then he got tzaraas (full blown, i.e. muchlat). He was stuck with his tzaraas for ten days and then became tahor.  How many more days of nezirus must he count?
  • If someone made a nezirus vow while standing in a cemetery does he have to do giluach (shaving, etc.) when he becomes tahor?
  • The Rabbanan hold that we need a derasha to tell us that a nazir who became tamei begins his recount after bringing his chatas despite not yet having brought his asham. Why don’t they instead say that the derasha teaches us that he begins his recount after bringing his asham even though he has not yet brought his korban-olah?
  • If the husband’s annulment of his wife’s nezirus uproots it retroactively, how is she nonetheless able to bring her bird-chatas (which she set aside when she became tamei [before her husband made his annulment])?
  • “I am hereby a nazir” was said by Reuvein, and Shimon who heard him say it said “me too”. What is the halacha for Shimon if Reuvein goes to a chacham to be matir his nezirus?
  • Leah said “I am hereby a nezirah”, and Rachel who heard her said “me too”. Leah’s husband then annulled Leah’s nezirus.  What is the chakira regarding whether or not Rachel is still a nezirah?
  • Leah said “I am hereby a nezirah”, and Leah’s husband said “me too”. Why can’t he annul her nezirus?

ANSWERS:

  • What day is a stam-nazir supposed to do his giluach (shaving and bringing korbanos)?

31

  • If a nazir became tamei (from a dead body) on the first day of his nezirus, does that day count, or does he have to start the count over from the beginning?

machlokes

  • If someone made a nezirus vow while standing in a cemetery and then drank a bottle of wine, does he get malkos?

yes

  • A 70-day nazir counted his first ten days and then he got tzaraas (full blown, i.e. muchlat). He was stuck with his tzaraas for ten days and then became tahor.  How many more days of nezirus must he count?

60

  • If someone made a nezirus vow while standing in a cemetery does he have to do giluach (shaving, etc.) when he becomes tahor?

no

  • The Rabbanan hold that we need a derasha to tell us that a nazir who became tamei begins his recount after bringing his chatas despite not yet having brought his asham. Why don’t they instead say that the derasha teaches us that he begins his recount after bringing his asham even though he has not yet brought his korban-olah?

Korban olah for sure does not hold him back since it is just a doron

  • If the husband’s annulment of his wife’s nezirus uproots it retroactively, how is she nonetheless able to bring her bird-chatas (which she set aside when she became tamei [before her husband made his annulment])?

She still needs kaparah for having caused herself deprivation

  • “I am hereby a nazir” was said by Reuvein, and Shimon who heard him say it said “me too”. What is the halacha for Shimon if Reuvein goes to a chacham to be matir his nezirus?

His nezirus is also cancelled

  • Leah said “I am hereby a nezirah”, and Rachel who heard her said “me too”. Leah’s husband then annulled Leah’s nezirus.  What is the chakira regarding whether or not Rachel is still a nezirah?

If the husband’s annulment is retroactive or from here on

  • Leah said “I am hereby a nezirah”, and Leah’s husband said “me too”. Why can’t he annul her nezirus?

It is tantamount to affirming her vow (kiyum)

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