adv.1.After the manner of the Levites; in accordance with the levitical law.
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Betayra used to say: "The words of the Torah cannot become levitically impure" .
Yehudah's prescription and then continued: "Since the words of Torah cannot become levitically impure--for the Torah was not given to the ministering angels--we also say that a menstruating woman can cut off the challah portion and recite the blessing" (Mahzor Vitry, No.
Rambam takes this notion one step further in his halakhic code Mishneh Torah: "Anyone who is levitically impure, even menstruating women or Samaritans, are permitted to grasp a Torah scroll and read from it--'for the words of the Torah cannot become levitically impure.