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Ra·shi (rä′shē) Originally Solomon Bar Isaac. 1040-1105.
French rabbi whose influential commentaries on the Tanakh and Talmud are noted for their concision and clarity.
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The 11th-century Rabbi Shlomo Yitzchaki
(Rashi) explained: "for the fetus in the womb is not considered a person until it is born" (Talmud Bav'li, Sanhedrin 72b).