||[However,] if a priest buys a slave for money as his own property, then [the slave] may eat [the sacred offering]. Similarly, [a slave] born in his house may eat his food.
Vechohen ki-yikneh nefesh kinyan kaspo hu yochal bo viyelid beyto hem yochlu velachmo.
||When a priest's daughter marries a non-priest, she may no longer eat the sacred elevated gift.
Uvat-kohen ki tihyeh le'ish zar hi bitrumat hakodashim lo tochel.
A gentile slave.
Terumah in Hebrew, the priestly agricultural offering.