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 12:5
12:4 If the household is too small for a lamb, then he and a close neighbor can obtain a [lamb together], as long as it is for specifically designated individuals. Individuals shall be designated for a lamb according to how much each one will eat.
Ve'im-yim'at habayit miheyot miseh velakach hu ushcheno hakarov el-beyto bemichsat nefashot ish lefi ochlo tachosu al-haseh.
12:5 You must have a flawless young animal, a one-year-old male. You can take it from the sheep or from the goats.
Seh tamim zachar ben-shanah yihyeh lachem min-hakvasim umin-ha'izim tikachu.



Commentary:

designated individuals
  That is, those who will partake in a specific lamb must be designated beforehand (Pesachim 81a).





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