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A disciple of a rabbi, not only a member of a Hasidic group.
A follower in a non-religious sense (ironic).
Adherent of a Hasidic Jewish group ("A mystical religious movement founded in Poland" (JPS)
19th century Jewish Enlightenment, in which modern philosophy and literature entered Jewish consciousness
literally "the hope." "The Israeli national anthem." (Glinert)
"literally 'separation'. The ceremony that marks the end of [the Sabbath] on Saturday evening" (JPS)
"Junk, trash" (Rosten)
traif (non-kosher) food
3. at home, comfortable
1. familiar, homey, informal, cozy, warm
2. Haredi Orthodox
"to bother incessantly: ANNOY" (Weiser)
a Jewish mystical work, sometimes used as a catch-all term for Jewish mysticism. "The Jewish mystical tradition" (JPS)
A son who will say kaddish for a parent (literally, "little kaddish").
Jewish communal gathering, conference