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 27:8
 27:9
27:8 If [a person] is too poor to pay the endowment, he shall present himself before the priest, so that the priest can determine the endowment valuation. The priest shall then make this determination on the basis of how much the person making the vow can afford.
Ve'im-mach hu me'erkecha vehe'emido lifney hakohen vehe'erich oto hakohen al-pi asher tasig yad hanoder ya'arichenu hakohen.
27:9 If [the endowment] is an animal that can be offered as a sacrifice to God, then anything donated to God [automatically] becomes consecrated.
Ve'im-behemah asher yakrivu mimenah korban l'Adonay kol asher yiten mimenu l'Adonay yihyeh-kodesh.






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