(Targum; Ralbag). Saru'a in Hebrew, as in Leviticus 21:18. Or, 'an overgrown limb' (Bekhoroth 40a; Rashi), 'a limp' (Saadia), or, 'ears cut off' (Septuagint).
(Targum). Or, 'an atrophied limb' (Ibn Ezra; Ibn Janach; Radak, Sherashim), 'unsplit hooves' (Bekhoroth 40a; Rashi; Ralbag), 'an abnormally long stride' (Saadia), or, 'a lost tail' (Septuagint).
|gift to the sanctuary|
(Sifra; Temurah 7b; Rashi; Ramban).
|for the altar|
|crushed, whether by hand|
(Rashi; Radak, Sherashim, from Ezekiel 23:3) Ma'ukh in Hebrew. Or, 'pulled loose' (Ibn Janach), or, 'ruptured' (Septuagint).
|with an instrument|
(cf. Rashi; Radak, Sherashim).
(Rashi). Nathuk in Hebrew. Or, 'gelded' (Septuagint).
|you must never do|
This is a commandment forbidding any castration (Shabbath 110b; Rashi; Sefer HaMitzvoth, Negative 361; Yad, Issurey Biyah 16:10).
|no matter where you live|
(Saadia; Yad, loc. cit.). Literally, 'in your land.' This is true even when there is no sacrifice (cf. Sforno).