Mitnaged


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Mitnaged

(ˌmitnɑˈɡed) or

Misnaged

n, pl Mitnagdim (ˌmitnɑɡˈdim) or Misnagdim (misˈnɑɡdim)
(Judaism) Judaism an orthodox opponent of Chassidism. See Chassid
[from Hebrew, literally: opponent]
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Stephen Fredman, "Allen Ginsberg and Lionel Trilling: The Hasid and the Mitnaged," Religion & Literature 30, no.
2) It was his exposure to Maimonides that finally changed him from a mitnaged to a maskil.
At first the women made mistakes since they didn't know which butcher shop was Mitnaged and which was Hassidic, and so they mixed up the products.