- pl. Hasidim; Hasidic (adj.). Jewish sect.
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Hasid — [ hasɪd] (also Chasid, Chassid, or Hassid) noun (plural Hasidim) an adherent of Hasidism. Derivatives Hasidic sɪdɪk adjective Origin from Heb. ḥāsīḏ pious … English new terms dictionary
Hasid — Hasidic /hah sid ik, heuh /, adj. /hah sid/; Ashk. Heb. /khaw sid/; Seph. Heb. /khah seed /, n., pl. Hasidim /hah sid im, heuh /; Ashk. Heb. /khaw see dim/; Seph. Heb. /khah see deem /. Judaism. 1. a member of a sect founded in Poland in the 18th … Universalium
Hasid — Ha•sid [[t]ˈhɑ sɪd, ˈxɑ , ˈxɔ , xɑˈsid[/t]] n. pl. Ha•sid•im [[t]hɑˈsɪd ɪm, xɑ , ˌxɑ siˈdim[/t]] jud a member of a Jewish sect founded in Poland in the 18th century that emphasizes mysticism, ritual strictness, religious zeal, and joy • Etymology … From formal English to slang
Hasid — /ˈhæsɪd/ (say hasid) noun (plural Hasidim /ˈhæsədim/ (say hasuhdeem), / dɪm/ (say dim)) 1. a sect of Jewish mystics founded in Poland in 1750; characterised by religious zeal and ritual strictness. 2. a second century BC Jewish sect. Also, Hassid … Australian English dictionary
Hasid — (pl. Hasidim) a member of any of several mystical Jewish sects esp. one founded in the 18th c. Derivatives: Hasidic adj. Etymology: Heb. hasicircd pious * * * Hasid, ic, im, ism see Chasid, Chassid … Useful english dictionary
Hasid — also Chasid or Chassid noun (plural Hasidim; also Chasidim or Chassidim) Etymology: Hebrew ḥāsīdh pious Date: 1812 1. a member of a Jewish sect of the second century B.C. opposed to Hellenism and devoted to the strict observance of the ritual law … New Collegiate Dictionary
hasid — n. member of a mystical Jewish sect founded in 18th century Poland by Baal Shem Tov … English contemporary dictionary
hasid — ha·sid … English syllables
hâsıd — (A.) [ ﺪﺹﺎﺣ ] ekin biçen, hasatçı … Osmanli Türkçesİ sözlüğü
hâsid — (A.) [ ﺪﺱﺎﺣ ] kıskanç … Osmanli Türkçesİ sözlüğü