The other occasion is in Zechariah 9:6: "And a bastard shall dwell in Ashdod", a sea port.
Notably, the child of a female mamzer and a non-Jewish man is an ordinary Jew, because both parents must be Jews in order for mamzer status to accrue to the child, but the child does inherit Jewish status from the mother.
The biblical rule against certain people becoming part of the "congregation of the Lord" was interpreted in the Talmudic as a prohibition against ordinary Jews marrying such people.
Although the biblical passage includes in this up to the tenth generation of the descendants of a mamzer, classical rabbis interpreted this as an idiom meaning "forever".
► Adolescents frequently attributed negative characteristics to the other sex.
► White females wished they had known about pregnancy, sex, and anatomy.