rabbi

[n] - spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation
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rabbi

In Judaism, the chief religious leader of a synagogue or the spiritual leader (not a hereditary high priest) of a Jewish congregation; also, a scholar of Judaic law and ritual from...
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Rabbi

Rab'bi (răb'bī or -bĭ; 277) noun ; plural Rabbis (-bīz or -bĭz) or Rabbies . [ Latin , from Greek 'rabbi` , Hebrew rabī my master, from rab master, lord, teacher, akin to Arabic rabb .] Master; lord; teacher;...
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Rabbi

noun a Hebrew title of respect for a Jewish scholar or teacher
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rabbi

noun spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation; qualified to expound and apply Jewish law
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Rabbi

• (n.) Master; lord; teacher; -- a Jewish title of respect or honor for a teacher or doctor of the law.
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rabbi

(Hebrew: `my teacher,` or `my master`), in Judaism, a person qualified by academic studies of the Hebrew Bible and the Talmud to act as spiritual ... [6 related articles]
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Rabbi

Rabbi is American slang for a senior official who exerts influence or patronage on behalf of a person.
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Rabbi

Rabbi is American slang for a senior official who exerts influence or patronage on behalf of a person.
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Rabbi

[disambiguation] Rabbi is a Jewish title. Rabbi may also refer to: ...
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rabbi

rabbi [Heb.,=my master; my teacher], the title of a Jewish spiritual leader. The role of the rabbi has undergone a number of transformations. In the Talmudic period, rabbis were primarily teachers and interpreters of the Torah. They developed the liturgy, calendar, and other aspects of post-Temple J...
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Rabbi

A rabbi is the chief religious leader of a synagogue.
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rabbi

In Judaism, the chief religious leader of a synagogue or the spiritual leader (not a hereditary high priest) of a Jewish congregation; also, a scholar of Judaic law and ritual from the 1st century AD. Rabbis do not intercede with God on behalf of the congregation and do not necessarily lead the services in a synagogue, although they conduct mos...
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rabbi

Hebrew term literally meaning 'My Master' or 'My Teacher'. It is a minister of the Jewish religion. Strictly speaking, he or she is a teacher - not someone divinely ordained, as a priest is considered to be.
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Rabbi

In Judaism, a rabbi aɪ is a teacher of Torah. This title derives from the Hebrew word {Hebrew|רַבִּי} rabi ˈʁäbi, meaning `My Master` (irregular plural רבנים rabanim ʁäbäˈnim), which is the way a student would address a master of Torah. The word `master` רב rav ˈʁäv literally means `great one`. The basic form of the r...
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Rabbi

The ordained leader of a synagogue in Judaism. The term was first used after the destruction of the Jerusalem Temple in 70 CE (Melton 2009
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