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  • proper noun A female given name.

Etymologies

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Transliteration of Hebrew יְהוּדִית (y'hudít, "Judith").

Examples

  • It was translated into Hebrew under the title Yehudit

    Judith Montefiore.

  • Jerusalem based Kabbalistic thinker and author Sarah Yehudit Schneider believes it can.

    Rabbi Adam Jacobs: A Kabbalistic View Of Evolution

  • Miriam, daughter of Matityahu; Yehudit; Queen Shelomtzion.

    Shelly Yachimovich: A Black Mark on the Israeli Society, One That We Must Erase

  • Jerusalem based Kabbalistic thinker and author Sarah Yehudit Schneider believes it can.

    Rabbi Adam Jacobs: A Kabbalistic View Of Evolution

  • Yehudit Shendar said that while the lampshade was an interesting object, for Yad Vashem the most important thing was to follow good museum policy, which was based on solid research.

    The Lampshade

  • While Frieda and Esther suffered slight wounds, Malka and Yehudit were among the seriously wounded and were disabled.

    Lehi (Lohamei Herut Yisrael).

  • Leah Cohen-Granek-Osherov (“Yehudit”) was born in Tel Aviv in 1925, the daughter of Henya and Zaddok Oshrov, from whom she imbibed a love of the Jewish people and its homeland.

    Lehi (Lohamei Herut Yisrael).

  • Just before Christmas Eve of 1944 the Kapo (an inmate appointed by the Germans to head a work gang of other prisoners) told Yehudit that the SS wanted her to dance at their Christmas party in Auschwitz.

    Yehudit Arnon.

  • Her son Eliyahu was born in 1934 and her daughter Yehudit in 1936.

    Elisheva Cohen.

  • Born in Austria, she immigrated to Palestine in 1921 with her twin daughters, Shoshana and Yehudit, and her younger son, David, in the wake of her husband, engineer-architect Jacob Ornstein, who had immigrated a year earlier.

    Margalit Ornstein.

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