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מסכת חולין פרק י משנה א
הזרוע [The commandment to give to a kohen what are referred to as the matanos, or gifts, consisting of] the foreleg,
והלחיים the jaws,
והקבה and the the maw (also known as the abomasum or rennet bag, this is the fourth stomach compartment of a ruminant),
נוהגים בארץ is practiced in the Land [of Israel]
ובחוצה לארץ and outside the Land,
בפני הבית before the Temple (i.e. while it stood)
ושלא בפני הבית and not before the Temple,
בחולין by unconsecrated animals
אבל לא במקדשין but not by consecrated animals,
שהיה בדין as it would be logical (to argue that:)
ומה אם החלין "if by unconsecrated animals
שאינן חיבין בחזה ובשוק they are not subject to [the commandment to give to a kohen, as is the case by a korban shelomim] the breast and thigh,
חיבין במתנות they are required to give the matanos,
קדשים consecrated animals
שחיבין בחזה ובשוק that are subject to [the commandment to give to a kohen] the breast and thigh
אינו דין שחיבין במתנות is it no logical that they would be obligated in the matanos?
תלמוד לומר so it teaches us by saying
ואתן אתם "and you will give them (the breast and thigh)
לאהרן הכהן ולבניו to Aaron the kohen and his children
לחק עולם as an permanent rule",
י(ויקרא ז:לד)י  
אין לו אלא מה שאמור בענין He [the kohen] gets [from the korban] only that which is mentioned in the subject.  (The word "them", or אתם, is superfluous, and so serves to limit what the kohen gets from a korban.)

פרק י משנה ב

כל הקדשים All consecrated animals
שקדם מום קבוע whose permanent blemish preceded
להקדשן their consecration (Such animals are unfit to be sacrificed.  An attempt to consecrate such an ineligible animal has the same effect as consecrating an inanimate object, in that that it does not gain קדשת הגוף, physical sanctity, but only קדשת דמים, monetary sanctity.  Such sanctity requires its owner to redeem the object or animal for its monetary value, and to use the funds from that redemption to purchase a sacrifice.)
ונפדו and were redeemed (for money used to purchase a substitute animal to be sacrificed)
חיבין בבכורה they are subject to the obligation of the firstborn (i.e. such an animal's male firstborn must be given to a kohen)
ובמתנות and in the matanos
ויוצאין לחלין and go out as unconsecrated animals
להגזז ולהעבד  to be shorn and worked,
וולדן וחלבן מותר their offspring and milk permitted,
לאחר פדיונן after their redemption,
והשוחטן בחוץ פטור and one who slaughters them outside [the Temple] is not liable,
ואין עושין תמורה and they cannot effect temurah (meaning they are not able to be exchanged for other consecrated animals, even prior to their redemption; any  such attempted trade is null),
ואם מתו יפדו and if they die they can [still] be redeemed,
חוץ מן הבכור ומן המעשר

except for a firstborn and maaser (which automatically acquire their sanctity despite having a blemish).

כל שקדם הקדשן את מומן All whose consecration precedes their blemish,
או מום עובר להקדשן or if the blemish was temporary (temporarily barring their sacrifice), preceded the consecration,
ולאחר מכן and after that (their consecration)
נולד להן מום קבוע they developed a permanent blemish
ונפדו and then were redeemed, (Such animals do have קדשת הגוף, physical sanctity, and so while they may be slaughtered and eaten after they are redeemed for money used to purchase a replacement sacrificial animal, they retain some sanctity, as listed below.)
פטורין מן הבכורה they are exempt from [their offspring having the sanctity of] the firstborn,
ומן המתנות and from the matanos,
ואינן יוצאין לחלין and they do not go out to being unconsecrated animals
להגזז ולהיעבד to be shorn and worked,
וולדן וחלבן אסור their offspring and milk is prohibited
לאחר פדיונן after their redemption,
והשוחטן בחוץ חיב and [before they are redeemed] one who slaughters them outside [the Temple] is liable
ועושין תמורה and they effect temurah (meaning that if they are exchanged for another animal, the second animal becomes sanctified),
ואם מתו and if they die
יקברו they are buried.