- The Karaite subsect founded by Daniel al-Kumisi in the late ninth century CE.
- A later Karaite community living in Constantinople in the late Middle Ages. They may have been exiles who left Jerusalem during the Crusades.
- A Jewish group living in the mountains of Yemen, as described by Benjamin of Tudela. They fasted during the week and lived in caves.
Additionally, this term is vital in a phrase used in the Jewish mourning ritual. In mainstream Judaism, mourners are offered the condolence "המקום ינחם אתכם בתוך שאר אבלי ציון וירושלים", "May The Place comfort you among the remnant mourners of Zion and Jerusalem" throughout the period of Shiva.
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