- shtreimel. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Jump to: navigation, search  Noun.
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- holidays, and special simchas (celebrations) such as weddings. Most of the Hasidic groups favor the shtreimel(a wide fur hat) for the latter occasions.
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- stockings, knee breeches and big fur hat - or "shtreimel" - worn by ultra-Orthodox Jews on the Sabbath.
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- the remnants of a meal, and they may fall into the shtreimel, and,. G—d forbid shtreimel, a new light shone upon it, and it became just like new.
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- There's not a mention in any of the thousands of volumes of Jewish law of the requirement to wear the fur shtreimel. It's just the way it's been for centuries. So what is that experience like?
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- A shtreimel (Yiddish: שטרײַמל, pl.
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- Jan 12, 2010 Not one single person in shul looks astonished. Not one cares. 1 Thank God for Rashi.
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- Jun 22, 2004 Picture catalog of various type of hasidic orthodox jewish hats as worn on shabbat made of fur tails of sable pelts.
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