- From Hebrew צדק (tzedek, "righteousness") (Wiktionary)
“Duff grew up in a family that practiced tzedakah, which is giving anonymously.”
“In Hebrew there is a word called "tzedakah" that means charity.”
“He was writing about tzedakah, a Hebrew word usually translated as charity, but which really means justice - an act of kindness and compassion designed to fix our world where it is broken.”
“Charity called tzedakah in Hebrew, from the same root as the Hebrew word for “justice”, is likewise expected; in fact, it’s an obligation, a mitzvah.”
“The Hebrew word, "tzedakah" is commonly used to mean "charity," but literally translates to mean”
“My husband hates davening at the Kotel on a weekday because as he stands there with his face in his Siddur, trying to say the Shmoneh Esrei, he's got schnorrers sticking their hands in his face demanding 'tzedakah'.”
“The word "tzedakah" is derived from the Hebrew root Tzadei-Dalet-Qof, meaning righteousness, justice or fairness.”
“She offered her "tzedakah" money collected for charity to help keep COSI open.”
“In Judaism, "tzedakah" is the Hebrew equivalent of charitable acts, defined as "giving aid, assistance and money to the poor and needy or to other worthy causes.”
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