tzaddiq


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tzaddiq

(ˈtsædɪk)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of zaddik
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Kook," Shofar 25 (2007): 111-47); Smadar Sherlo, The Tzaddiq Is the Foundation of the World (Ramat-Gan: Bar-Ilan University Press, 2012).
The NRSV translates Zech 9:9b as "triumphant," but tzaddiq could also be translated as "legitimate," (16) the same word Jeremiah used when describing the" "righteous Branch" that God would "raise up from David" (Jer.
Nahman of Bratzlav, Sefer ha-Middot, item Tzaddiq, part II no.
The ascent of the importance of a strong personality as the center of religion, as it is the case of the Hasidic righteous, the tzaddiq, is certainly related to the vision that the righteous is also a strong interpreter.
The individual religious figure is alive in the person of the "righteous," the tzaddiq.