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Definition of "zaddik" []

  • A Hasidic Jewish spiritual leader (noun)
  • A saintly or righteous person according to Jewish faith and practice (noun)
  • Alternative spelling of tzaddik. (noun)

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Use "zaddik" in a sentence
  • ""Reb Mendel is a zaddik, that is to say a holy man, like a saint.""
  • "The famed female zaddik, the Maid of Ludomir, Hannah Rachel Werbermacher (1805 – 1892), who came to Erez Israel in the second half of the nineteenth century, was one of the more remarkable immigrants."
  • "Women who ask for the help of a zaddik are usually childless, have difficulty giving birth, seek salvation from the zaddik through their husbands, or are agunot."