SEV Biblia, Chapter 18:3 Y éste será el derecho de los sacerdotes de parte del pueblo, de los que ofrecieren en sacrificio buey o cordero; darán al sacerdote la espalda, las quijadas, y el cuajar.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Deuteronomy 18:3 Verse 3. Offer a sacrifice] jbzh yjbz zobechey hazzebach. The word jbz zebach is used to signify, not only an animal sacrificed to the Lord, but also one killed for common use. See Genesis xlvi. 1; Prov. xvii. 1; Ezek. xxxix. 17. And in this latter sense it probably should be understood here; and, consequently, the command in this verse relates to what the people were to allow the priests and Levites from the animals slain for common use. The parts to be given to the priests were, 1. The shoulder, probably cut off from the beast with the skin on; so Maimonides. 2. The two cheeks, which may include the whole head. 3. The maw-the whole of those intestines which are commonly used for food.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 3. And this shall be the priest’s due from the people, from them that offer sacrifice , etc.] Not from the priests, as Jarchi observes, but from those that bring the sacrifices to the priests, particularly the peace offerings: whether it be ox or sheep ; the one of the herd, the other of the flock, creatures used in sacrifice, and takes in goats and the kids of them, rams and lambs: and they shall give unto the priest the shoulder, and the two cheeks, and the maw ; the first of these designs the upper part of the arm that joins to the neck and back, and the next the two cheeks with the tongue, as both Jarchi and Aben Ezra observe, and indeed the whole head is meant; the maw, which the Septuagint interpreters call enustron , and other writers hnustron , is, according to the philosopher f202 , the fourth and last ventricle or stomach, and which he thus describes; “after the echinus or rough tripe is that which is called hnustron , the maw, which is in size larger than the echinus, and in form longer, and has many large and smooth folds;” and hnustron boov , the maw of an ox, and the belly of a swine, are reckoned by the poet as delicious food.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-8 - Care is taken that the priests entangle not themselves with the affair of this life, nor enrich themselves with the wealth of this world; the have better things to mind. Care is likewise taken that they want no the comforts and conveniences of this life. The people must provide for them. He that has the benefit of solemn religious assemblies, ought to give help for the comfortable support of those that minister in suc assemblies.
Original Hebrew וזה 2088 יהיה 1961 משׁפט 4941 הכהנים 3548 מאת 853 העם 5971 מאת 853 זבחי 2076 הזבח 2077 אם 518 שׁור 7794 אם 518 שׂה 7716 ונתן 5414 לכהן 3548 הזרע 2220 והלחיים 3895 והקבה׃ 6896