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Yevamot

Yevamot (יבמות, "Brothers-in-law") is a tractate of the Talmud that deals with, among other concepts, the laws of the levirate marriage, and, briefly, with conversion to Judaism.

Chapter headings

  1. Chamesh Esreh Nashim חמש עשרה נשים
  2. Keytzad Eshet Achiv כיצד אשת אחיו
  3. (Arba'ah Achim) (ארבעה אחים)
  4. Hacholetz Livamto החולץ ליבמתו
  5. Rabban Gamli'el רבן גמליאל
  6. Habba Al Yevimto הבא על יבמתו
  7. Almanah Lekhohen Gadol אלמנה לכן גדול
  8. He'arel הערל
  9. Yesh Muttarot יש מותרות
  10. (Ha'ishah Shehalakh Balah Limdinat Hayam) (האישה שהלך בעלה למדינת הים)
  11. Nose'in Al Ha'anusah נושאין על האנוסה
  12. Mitzvat Chalitzah מצות חליצה
  13. BSh"' Eyn Mema'anin בש״א אין ממאנין
  14. Cheresh Shennasa חרש שנשא
  15. Ha'ishah Shehalekhah Hi האשה שהלכה היא | Ha'ishah ... Shalom האשה ... שלום
  16. Ha'ishah Batra האשה בתרא | Ha'ishah Shehalekhah Balah Vetzaratah האשה שהלכה בעלה וצרתה
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