Leviticus 22:5

Leviticus 22:5

Or whosoever toucheth any creeping thing, whereby he may be
made unclean
Jarchi thinks this respects the measure or quantity of what is touched, as if but the quantity of a lentil or small pea, see ( Leviticus 11:31-38 ) ; or a man of whom he may take uncleanness, whatsoever uncleanness he
hath;
as of a leper, a profluvious, or a dead man; Jarchi interprets it of the latter, and of the quantity which defiles, which is that of an olive; who also observes, that the phrase, "whatsoever uncleanness", includes touching a profluvious man or woman, a menstruous woman, and a new mother.

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