Tzitzit

The Hebrew noun tzitzit tsiˈtsit ({Hebrew Name|ציצית|tzitzit|sˤisˤiṯ} ) (Biblical and Middle Eastern (Mizrachi) pronunciation: ṣiṣit, Spanish and Mediterranean (Sephardic) pronunciation: tzitzit; European and Yiddish (Ashkenazi) pronunciation: tzitzis; Yemenite pronunciation (Temani): ṣiṣith; Samaritan pronunciation ṣaṣat) is...
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Tzitzit

Fringes attached to the corners of garments as a reminder of the commandments. Numbers 15:37-41 commands to wear tzitzit (fringes) at the corners of garments as a reminder of the commandments. This is the part of the garment (the hem) the woman who sought a healing from Y'shua touched in Matthew 9:20.
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Tzitzit

scholars think Jesus wore the tzitzit, see Christianity and fringed garments for details.
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