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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

shayloh on extended kotz (r"t) on yud

Om the yud below of   "mibais"   the magiha was strengthening the kotz R"T and overdid it. The addition was made after the kesivah, which could be a redeeming factor. Other redeeming factors include that both the right regel and kotz are not long (less of a shailo and ches) and also, the kotz does not come down quite as low as the regel.

Thoughts?

10 comments:

  1. אני חושב שאחר קריאת התינוק [שיקראנה יו"ד ולא חי"ת] מותר לתקן להאריך רגל ימין מעט יותר

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  2. Hi Eli,
    There also appears to be a very light NEGIYAH between the VAV and AYIN of LEMO'ADAH. Please double check.

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    1. also between forst Mem and Yud of Miyamim

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  3. ביתי"ן שהם עגולים למעלה כמו רי"ש ...דיעבד משמע ודאי דהוא כשר ...ומ"מ נ"ל דזה יש לתקן לעשותן מרובעי' דכיון דא"צ לגרור רק להוסיף מעט דיו ודאי ראוי לתקן

    צ"צ יו"ד סימן רה בסופו

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  4. yisroel levin brings up a valid point

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  5. yisroel levin brings up a valid point

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  6. This parsha is bedieved on many counts. Top heavy nuns, long (wide) left regel of hay, round bais, square vov etc. Also lots of lechatchilla l'eksivah issues such as oketz on middle head of shin, oketz on back bottom of aleph, heads not klapei maalah, etc etc.

    To bring it up to standard = a lot of work.

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  7. דכיון דא"צ לגרור, רק להוסיף מעט דיו, ודאי ראוי לתקן

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    1. Gut voch.

      Most of the other bedieved or not lechatchillah items can be fixed by adding ink and not scratching. So they are in the same geder

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  8. Due to the thickness of the oketz, I'd deem this a SC.

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