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 5:14
 5:15
5:15 If a person sins inadvertently by expropriating [for personal use] something that is sacred to God, he shall bring as his guilt offering to God, an unblemished ram with a prescribed value of [at least two] shekels according to the sanctuary standard. It shall be [prepared as] a guilt offering.
Nefesh ki-tim'ol ma'al vechat'ah bishgagah mikodshey Adonay vehevi et-ashamo l'Adonay ayil tamim min-hatson be'erkecha kesef-shkalim beshekel-hakodesh le'asham.



Commentary:

expropriating for personal use
  (Meilah 18a; Rashi).

ram
  In its second year (Zevachim 90b).

at least two
  (Zevachim 90b; Kerithoth 27a; Yad, Meilah 1:3, Pessuley Mukdashim 4:22; Chinukh 127; Abarbanel).

guilt offering
  Asham in Hebrew.





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