- From Hebrew פאות (Wiktionary)
“Hasidic men, in their long black coats, black hats, untrimmed beards, and side curls known as payot, prowl the pavement in search of a transaction.”
“With yarmulkes tucked under helmets, and the occasional payot, or side curls, swinging free, religious skaters shoot and check fiercely, yet seldom keep score as their shots sail into nets.”
“The term “chassid” does get thrown around to refer to any religious Jew in a black hat with payot…”
“In “Hereville,” virtually all of the male characters are religious Jews with black hats and payot!”
“A bit chubby, with payot (sidelocks) and a great laugh.”
“Or maybe it's just seeing familiar, oftentimes comedic actors with bushy beards, payot and large fedoras.”
“The driver was Rabbi Ezriel Tauber, a middle-aged Hasid with long, black curly payot.”
“Initially, it used to bother me, but the more I realized that they were more curious by a man with tzitzit without payot and beard, the less I felt scrutinized to the point I don't even notice it.”
“A generously payot-ed local business contact of mine just returned from a yearly 2-week respite at a Jerusalem yeshiva.”
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