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 19:18
 19:19
19:18 Second Reading
A ritually clean person shall then take some hyssop and dip it into the water. He shall sprinkle [the water] on the tent, on all the vessels and persons who were in it, and on anyone who touched a bone, a murder victim or any other corpse, or a grave.
Velakach ezov vetaval bamayim ish tahor vehizah al-ha'ohel ve'al-kol-hakelim ve'al-hanefashot asher hayu-sham ve'al-hanogea ba'etsem o vechalal o vamet o vakaver.
19:19 The ritually clean person shall sprinkle [the water] on the unclean person on the third day and on the seventh day. The purification process is completed on the seventh day, when [the person undergoing purification] must immerse his clothing and body in a mikvah, and then become ritually clean in the evening.
Vehizah hatahor al-hatame bayom hashlishi uvayom hashvi'i vechit'o bayom hashvi'i vechibes begadav verachats bamayim vetaher ba'arev.



Commentary:

hyssop
  3 branches (Sifri; Yad, Parah Adumah 6:10, Raavad ad loc.).





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