Hakham

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Noun1.Hakham - a Hebrew title of respect for a wise and highly educated man
form of address, title of respect, title - an identifying appellation signifying status or function: e.g. `Mr.' or `General'; "the professor didn't like his friends to use his formal title"
Hebrew - the ancient Canaanitic language of the Hebrews that has been revived as the official language of Israel
sage - a mentor in spiritual and philosophical topics who is renowned for profound wisdom
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73) Atamna -Ismail'in ortak Yahudi-Arap yemek okulu ve Israil toplumunun hem Yahudi hem de Arap kesimlerini hedefleyen bir ascilik okulu acma amacina vurgu yapan Jerusalem Post, yarisma sirasinda Atamna -Ismail'in toplumsal ortak yasami mumkun kilan arkadas canlisi iletisim ozelliklerini overken, bu ozellikleri dogru kullandiginda yarisma sirasinda kendisi icin dua edecek bir haham arkadas bile bulabildigi mesajini vermektedir.
After teaching in Romania for four years, Gaster was expelled and settled in England where he taught at Oxford University beginning in 1886; in 1887, he was appointed Haham of the English Sephardi community.
Rental fees will rise as soon as the plan takes effect, and potentially even in the immediate future because of the announcement," said Adina Haham, CEO of Anglo-Saxon, one of the largest real estate brokerage firms in Israel.
Haham, imam ve rahiplerle yapilan bir calismada, katilimcilar ruhsal hastalikla ilgili cok az egitim aldiklarini, ruhsal hastaliklarin seytan cikarma veya kurtulus gerektiren, seytanin varligini gosteren hastaliklar oldugunu dusundukleri tespit edilmistir.
Cecil Roth, "The Remarkable Career of Haham Abraham Gabay Yzidro," The Jewish Historical Society of England 24, Miscellanies 9 (1970-73): 211-13.
He was, however, supported by Haham Moses Gaster, the Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Great Britain, and by the rising star, the writer Israel Zangwill.
23), a haham is the Sephardic word that among Ashkenazim is rabbi (p.
Asi, se encuentra posicionado en relacion de colegiatura con el Millet basi de los cristianos no calcedonios, o sea, el patriarca armenio, el Millet basi de los judios (el Haham basi), y hasta el Millet basi de todos los musulmanes, es decir, el Seyh ul islam o Gran mufti de Estambul.
21) Among Sephardic Jews it is the convention to refer to the rabbinic authority by the honorary title Haham [sage].