tsitsith

tsitsith

(ˈtsɪtsɪs; tsiːˈtsiːt)
n
(Judaism) (functioning as singular or plural) Judaism the tassels or fringes of thread attached to the four corners of the tallith
[from Hebrew sīsīth]
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Gargarh, Afghanistan, 32[degrees]23, 64[degrees]57; tzitzis (O, tsitsith, 1881q)
Among other activities, Gutheim's reforms barred "hissing," "knocking" and the "lout kissing of the Tsitsith [ritual fringes]" from the sanctuary at the same time that it provided a detailed plan for the different points in the liturgy at which the congregation should rise and sit.