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 22:14
22:13 But if the priest's daughter has no children, and is widowed or divorced, she may return to her father's house [with the same status] as when she was a girl, and she may eat her father's food.

No non-priest may eat [the elevated gift].
Uvat-kohen ki tihyeh almanah ugrushah vezera eyn lah veshavah el-beyt aviha kine'ureyha milechem aviha tochel vechol-zar lo-yochal bo.

22:14 If a person inadvertently eats such a sacred offering, he must add one-fifth to it, and give it to the priest along with [an appropriate substitute] for the sacred offering.
Ve'ish ki-yochal kodesh bishgagah veyasaf chamishito alav venatan lakohen et-hakodesh.



Commentary:

substitute
  (Sifra; Rashi).





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