- n. Alternative form of dybbuk.
- n. (Jewish folklore) a demon that enters the body of a living person and controls that body's behavior
“Yet the metaphors used by Israelis to describe surrogacy-one surrogate's partner refers to the fetus inside her as a "dibbuk"!”
“Chassidishe children might know how to deal with a dibbuk, a spirit, or the Yetzer Harah, the Evil Temptation, but not a flesh and blood creature.”
“The Adeth dibbuk was created specifically as an instrument by which you could be manipulated, Garrett.”
“A golem or dibbuk, if you will, here specifically to catch your eye.”
“On the upside, I'll bet he'll be a real dibbuk in the sack.”
“It contains many prominent women characters, starting with the women surrounding the Besht (Israel ben Eliezer Ba’al Shem Tov, c. 1700 – 1760) during his lifetime — his mother, wife and daughter — and ending with women who were possessed by a dibbuk or non-Jewish women who practiced sorcery.”
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