Kittel

A kittel, also spelled kitl, (קיטל, robe, coat, cf. German Kittel ‘[house/work] coat’) is a white robe which serves as a burial shroud for male Jews. It is also worn on special occasions by Ashkenazi Jews. In western Europe this garment is called a Sargenes. The word Sargenes is related to the Old French Serge as well as Latin Serica. The ...
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Kittel

Short, white ceremonial robe worn by groom on wedding day, also worn on holy days.
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Kittel

• (v. t.) See Kittle, v. t.
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Kittel

Kit'tel (kit't'l) transitive verb See Kittle , transitive verb
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Kittel

A hand-sewn white linen shroud in which the deceased members of the Jewish faith are dressed
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Kittel

A white robe worn at festive occasions like at one's own wedding, Yom Kippur and Pesach. A pious person is usually buried in the kittel he wore during his lifetime at the festivities.
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kittel

in Judaism, a white robe worn in the synagogue on such major festivals as Rosh Hashana and Yom Kippur. The rabbi wears it, as does the cantor, the ... [1 related articles]
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Kittel

Short, white ceremonial robe worn by groom on wedding day, also worn on holy days.
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