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As per DanF's comment and the commentary of the Stone Chumash: Ramban cites Radak that Jacob surely loved Leah, but that his greater love for Rachel made her seem unloved -- or even hated -- by comparison.
Rav Hirsch explains that Not "Ki Leah Senuah", that Leah was hated, but כִּי שְׂנוּאָה לֵאָה that the hated one of the two, i.e. the less beloved, was Leah. ... It is significant that the real pith of the Jewish nation has not the one for its mother whom Jacob - as far as the text itself relates - chose primarily more for the impression her ...
In the Shitta Mekubetzet, רנב"י stands for R. Natan bar Yosef. He was a student of the Ramban, and wrote a commentary to an older work from the Ramban on the laws of vows.
Bava Basra 123a says that since she hated the ways of Eisav therefore she got pregnant. אלא ראה הקב״ה ששנואין מעשה עשו בפניה ויפתח רחמה
The Leviim are just as much owners of the land as any other tribe. The cities of the Leviim were apportioned to them by lottery in the same way as the rest of the land (see Malbim Yehoshua 21:2) and they were complete owners. However, you may be right in thinking that their ownership might be different in this regard. The Gemara tells us that ארץ ישראל ...
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