tsadik


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tsadik

(ˈtsædɪk)
n
(Judaism) a variant of zaddik
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As Hadidism evolved, it splintered into separate groups of followers of a specific tsadik (or rebbe), each with its own theological directives.
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The father, Benedict Brok, is a grandson of the tsadik, but he has long lost his connection to the Chassids.
In chapter 10 Daniel Tsadik examines how the identity of the Jewish community evolved throughout the ages.
Yonas Brham Tsadik, 29, of Crescent Road, given a six-month conditional discharge and ordered to pay PS100 costs for theft.
Historical report of Tsadik & Kutty (1987), indicates a positive correlation between DO demand and AGR (r = 0.
Ii is clear from the start that Tsadik breaks new ground with this detailed, objective, well-researched, and comprehensive study of the Iranian Jewish minority in the 1880s.
The title character of the story, Zadig himself, is described as a righteous man, suggesting Hebrew or Yiddish tsadik.
Habakkuk 2:4-5 refers to both kings by saying that the rasha will not prosper while the tsadik shall live by his faith (or steadfastness).
In this contribution to the sparse scholarship on Jews in pre-modern Persia, Tsadik (PhD, history, Yale U.