Numerology information Orlah:

numerologyName Number: 9 Meaning: Divine, God, Goodness, Truth, Unconditional love, Gift, Free will, Ideal, Whole, Endless


Songs about Orlah:

songsOrlah by Dvar from the Album Deii (Part I)


Books about Orlah:

booksSeder Zeraim: Tractate Challah, Tractate Orlah, Tractate Bikkurim (Artscroll Mishnah Series) by Mesorah (Aug 30, 2004)

booksThe Talmud of the Land of Israel, Volume 10: Orlah and Bikkurim (Chicago Studies in the History of Judaism) by Jacob Neusner (Oct 8, 1991)

booksKehati Pocket, Orlah/Bikkurim (pb) by KEHATI (2003)

booksTalmud Yerushalmi: Tractate Orlah/Bikkurm by Mendy Wachsman (Dec 28, 2007)

booksSchottenstein Talmud Yerushalmi - Hebrew Edition - Tractate Orlah /Bikkurim by Rabbi Yisroel Simcha Schorr Editor Rabbi Chaim Malinowitz Editor (2012)

booksMishnayoth Zeraim: Peah/Demai/Kil Ayim/Sheb Ith/Terumoth/Ma Aseroth/Ma Aser Sheni Hallah/Orlah/Bikkurim (Hebrew-English... by I. (editor) Epstein (Jun 1989)

booksMishnah: Seder Zera'im Vol. 3: Ma'aser Sheni, Hallah, Orlah, Bikkurim by Pinhas Kehati and Rafael Fisch (1094)


Wiki information Orlah:


The prohibition on orlah-fruit is a command found in the Hebrew Bible not to eat fruit produced by a tree during the first three years after planting. The Hebrew word orlah literally means "uncircumcised". This meaning is often footnoted in English...


Orlah is the tenth tractate of Seder Zeraim of the Mishnah and of the Talmud. It discusses the laws pertaining to any fruit bearing tree, whose fruits cannot be eaten during the first three years the tree produces fruit. This law applies everywhere...