O mikol asher-yishava alav lasheker veshilam oto berosho vachamishitav yosef alav la'asher hu lo yitnenu beyom ashmato.
He must then bring to the priest his sin offering to God. It shall be an unblemished ram, worth the prescribed amount, as a guilt offering. Ve'et-ashamo yavi l'Adonay ayil tamim min-hatson be'erkecha le'asham el-hakohen.
principal (Rashi). Rosh in Hebrew, literally 'head.' Or, 'He must repay it by himself' (Ibn Ezra), or, 'He must first make restitution' (Chizzkuni; Ralbag).
that he seeks atonement for (Abarbanel; Rashbam), or, 'on the day he brings his guilt sacrifice' (Chizzkuni). Or, 'As [much as it was worth] on the day of his crime, he must return ...' (Sifra; Bava Metzia 43b; Yad, Gezelah 3:1).
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