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Rabbenu
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Rabbenu: (Hebrew) "our Rabbi", title of respect to a Jewish scholar
Rabbet
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Rabbet: (Carp.) A longitudinal channel, groove, or recess cut out of the edge or face of any body especially, one intended to receive another member, so as to break or co
Rabbi
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Rabbi: Master lord teacher a Jewish title of respect or honor for a teacher or doctor of the law. "The gravest rabbies." Milton. Be not ye called Rabbi, for one is your M
Rabbi Akibba
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Rabbi Akibba: Famous Jewish rabbi whose writings formed the basis of the Mishnah
Rabbi Aqiva
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Rabbi Aqiva: Famous Jewish rabbi whose writings formed the basis of the Mishnah
Rabbi Gershom
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Rabbi Gershom: Rabbenu Gershom (960-1040), was head of a Yeshiva in Mainz who is well-known for his bans (that include the prohibition of polygamy, prohibition of divorc
Rabbi Nahman of Braslav
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Rabbi Nahman of Braslav: Founder of the Hasidic movement in Braslav, writer of numerous Hasidic tales
Rabbi of Leubavits
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Rabbi of Leubavits: Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneurson, leader of the Habad Hasidic movement (Lubavitcher movement)
Rabbi Ovadia Yossef
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Rabbi Ovadia Yossef: Spiritual leader of the Shas political party in Israel
Rabbinate
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Rabbinate: Jewish religious authority composed of a panel of rabbis
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