Genizah

A genizah (or geniza; Hebrew: {{hbrgimel{hbrnun}{hbryud}{hbrzayin}{hbrhe}}} `storage`; plural: genizot or genizoth or genizahs) is a storage area in a Jewish synagogue or cemetery designated for the temporary storage of worn-out Hebrew-language books and papers on religious topics prior to proper cemetery burial. ==Etymology== The word genizah c.....
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Genizah

A storehouse for damaged or defective Hebrew writings and ritual articles.
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Genizah

In Judaism, a genizah is a repository (usually in a synagogue) for books and other sacred objects which can no longer be used but which may not be destroyed.
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Genizah

Storage place for damaged religious texts.
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