Translation:Shulchan Aruch/Yoreh Deah

From Wikisource
Jump to navigation Jump to search


Topic Index
1–28 Ritual Slaughter 236–239 Oaths
29–60 Unslaughterable Animals 240–241 Honoring One's Father and Mother
61 Priestly Gifts 242 Honoring One's Rabbi and a Torah Scholar
62 A Limb from a Live Animal 243–244 Honoring a Torah Scholar
63 Meat that was Unobserved 245 Teachers
64 Prohibited Fats 246 Torah Study
65–68 Blood 247–259 Charity
69–78 Salting 260–266 Circumcision
79–80 Domesticated and Undomesticated Kosher Animals 267 Slaves
81 Things that Come From a Live Animal 268–269 Converts
82 Birds 270–284 A Torah Scroll
83 Fish 285–291 Mezuzah
84–85 Insects 292 Sending Away the Mother Bird
86 Eggs 293 New Grain
87–97 Meat with Milk 294 Orlah
98–111 Admixtures 295 Inter-species Mingling of Trees
112–119 Food of Idol Worshipers 296 Inter-species Mingling of the Vineyard
120–121 The Koshering of Implements 297a Inter-species Mingling of Vegetation
122 That Which Gives Detrimental Taste 297b Inter-species Mingling of Animals
123–137 Libational Wine 298–304 Inter-species Mingling of Clothing
138–158 Idolatry 305 Redemption of the Firstborn Son
159–177 Interest 306–320 The Firstborn of a Kosher Animal
178 Practices of Idolaters 321 The First Birth of a Donkey
179 Divination and Magic 322–330 Challah
180 Tattooing and the Making of Bald Spots 331–333 Terumot, Tithes, Poor-Gifts and First Shearings
181 Shaving 334 Taboo and Excommunication
182 A Man Shall Not Wear a Woman's Garment 335–339 Visiting the Sick, Healing, and One Who Is Dying or Deathly Ill
183–200 The Menstruant 340 Rending One's Clothes
201–202 Ritual Baths 341 First-Day Mourning
203–235 Vows 342–403 Mourning


Ritual Slaughter[edit]

The Law Regarding The Covering of the Blood[edit]

Unslaughterable Animals[edit]

Priestly Gifts[edit]

A Limb from a Live Animal[edit]

Meat that was Unobserved[edit]

Prohibited Fats[edit]

Blood[edit]

Salting[edit]

Domesticated and Undomesticated Kosher Animals[edit]

Things that Come From a Live Animal[edit]

Birds[edit]

Fish[edit]

Insects[edit]

Eggs[edit]

Milk with Meat[edit]

Admixtures[edit]

Food of Gentiles[edit]

The Koshering of Implements[edit]

That Which Gives Detrimental Taste[edit]

Libational Wine[edit]

Idolatry[edit]

Interest[edit]

Practices of Idolaters[edit]

Divination and Magic[edit]

Tattooing and the Making of Bald Spots[edit]

Shaving[edit]

A Man Shall Not Wear a Woman's Garment[edit]

The Menstruant[edit]

Ritual Baths[edit]

Vows[edit]

Oaths[edit]

Honoring One's Father and Mother[edit]

Honoring One's Rabbi and a Torah Scholar[edit]

Honoring a Torah Scholar[edit]

Teachers[edit]

Torah Study[edit]

Charity[edit]

Circumcision[edit]

Slaves[edit]

Converts[edit]

A Torah Scroll[edit]

Mezuzah[edit]

Sending Away the Mother Bird[edit]

New Grain[edit]

Orlah[edit]

Inter-species Mingling of Trees[edit]

Inter-species Mingling of the Vineyard[edit]

Inter-species Mingling of Vegetation[edit]

Inter-species Mingling of Animals[edit]

Inter-species Mingling of Clothing[edit]

Redemption of the Firstborn Son[edit]

The Firstborn of a Kosher Animal[edit]

The First Birth of a Donkey[edit]

Challah[edit]

Terumot, Tithes, Poor-Gifts and First Shearings[edit]

Taboo and Excommunication[edit]

Visiting the Sick, Healing, and One Who Is Dying or Deathly Ill[edit]

  • 335 When one may visit the sick, which sick to visit, and how you pray for him
  • 336 Laws regarding a doctor
  • 337 Someone sick who has a death [in the family]
  • 338 Confessional of a sick person
  • 339 Laws of a Gosses (and the recitation of the Tziduk HaDin) and what are good signs

Rending One's Clothes[edit]

First-Day Mourning[edit]

Mourning[edit]