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“Tikkun (תיקון) is a Hebrew word. It has several meanings, all of which are related to Judaism...Tikkun
“Sociologically, off the derech (literally, "off the path") is a term used by Orthodox Jews to...Off the derech
“Yeshivish refers to a dialect of English spoken by yeshiva students and other Jews with a strong...Yeshivish (dialect)
“The Biblical term "Proselyte", derives from the Koine Greek προσήλυτος/proselytos, as used in...Proselyte
“The term Gentile (from Latin gentilis, meaning of or belonging to a clan or tribe) refers to...Gentile
“Frum (Yiddish: פֿרום; from the German fromm, meaning "devout" or "pious", is a Yiddish word...Frum