25:3 Six years you may sow your field, and six years you may prune your vineyard and gather the produce, 1
25:5 You must not gather in the aftergrowth of your harvest and you must not pick the grapes of your unpruned 2 vines; the land must have a year of complete rest.
25:37 You must not lend him your money at interest and you must not sell him food for profit. 3
1 tn Heb “its produce,” but the feminine pronoun “its” probably refers to the “land” (a feminine noun in Hebrew; cf. v. 2), not the “field” or the “vineyard,” both of which are normally masculine nouns (see B. A. Levine, Leviticus [JPSTC], 170).
2 tn Heb “consecrated, devoted, forbidden” (נָזִיר, nazir). The same term is used for the “consecration” of the “Nazirite” (and his hair, Num 6:2, 18, etc.), a designation which, in turn, derives from the very same root.