Demai

Demai (Mishnaic Hebrew: דמאי) is a Halakhic term referring to agricultural produce, the owner of which was not trusted with regard to the correct separation of the tithes. There are several opinions concerning the word`s etymology. According to Maimonides and Rabbi Obadiah ben Abraham, the word originates from a contraction of the two Aramaic....
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Demai

[Talmud] Demai (דמאי) is the third tractate of Seder Zeraim (`Order of Seeds`) of the Mishnah and of the Talmud. There is some debate as to the literal meaning and origin of the word. It is concerned mainly with laws related to produce where it is suspected that ma`aser rishon (the first tithe for the Levi), terumat ma`aser and ma`aser ...
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