tefillah


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tefillah

(təˈfilə) or

tephillah

n, pl -lin (-lin)
(Judaism) Judaism another name for phylactery1
[from Hebrew]
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His Polish-born father was the ba'al tefillah (lay service leader) at the local Orthodox synagogue, and his grandfather had been a cantor in Galicia.
This is the view of Tractate Soferim 17:11 as well as Alfasi and Maimonides (Hil'khot Tefillah 7:12).
Tefillah were a gift from my parents, both of them, on my Bar Mitzvah.
De hecho, la Tefillah (oracion) incluye varias bendiciones claramente establecidas en los libros de oracion para la liturgia comunitaria.
Do you want a comprehensive curriculum that includes Hebrew, Jewish culture and history, ethics, Bible studies, tefillah and more?
and Ezra Fleischer, Tefillah u-Minhagei Tefillah Eretz Yiraelim be-Tekufat ha-Genizah (Jerusalem: Magnes Press, 1988), pp.
It has given me a greater sense of confidence regarding my regular, daily fulfilment of tefillah (prayer) as a religious responsibility.
We were even danced around the beit tefillah in the woods, receiving an aliyah that Shabbat to celebrate our engagement.
We recognize that this type of tefillah [prayer] is not practiced in other Orthodox synagogues," the email said.
They see people waiting along the wall, some with tears in their eyes, swaying in tefillah, or prayer, "like trees in the wind.
The counterterrorist operation "Cast Lead" is being accompanied by "Operation Tefillah, Torah and Troops," initiated by Rabbi Simcha HaCohen Kook, the chief rabbi of Rehovot, and Rabbi Levi Yitzchak Horowitz, the Bostoner Rebbe who now lives in the Har Nof community of Jerusalem.
Levy wrote that the American Reform synagogue "has generally defaulted on all three" of its traditional functions: as a beth Tefillah (a house of prayer), a beth Midrash (a house of study), and a beth Knesset (a house of meeting).