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 13:42
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13:42 However, if he has a bright pink mark on his bald spot or where his hairline has receded, it may be a sign of the leprous curse on his bald spot or hairless forehead.
Vechi-yihyeh vakarachat o vagabachat nega lavan adamdam tsara'at porachat hi bekarachto o vegabachto.
13:43 The priest shall examine it, and if the blotch on his bald spot or hairless forehead is bright pink, then [it is] like leprosy on the skin of his body.
Vera'ah oto hakohen vehineh set-hanega levanah adamdemet bekarachto o vegabachto kemar'eh tsara'at or basar.
13:44 The person is considered afflicted by the leprous curse, and he is unclean. Since he is unclean, and the mark is on his head, the priest must declare him unclean.
Ish-tsarua hu tame hu tame yetam'enu hakohen berosho nig'o.



Commentary:

may be
  (Saadia).

blotch
  Se'eth; see note on Leviticus 13:2.

it is
  (Saadia).





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