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  • verb Third-person singular simple present indicative form of daven.

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Examples

  • My perspective on these issues is that of an striving to be observant Jew that regularly davens at an egalitarian Conservative shul as well as occasionally at a liberal Orthodox “Indie Minyan” at a local university.

    Actually, Not Sure What’s For Dinner | Jewschool

  • She davens every day, with tallis and tefillin in the privacy of her own home.

    Life in Israel

  • "My father davens (prays) everyday and when we were growing up if he didn't pray or go to services on Shabbat, we worried if he was okay," said his daughter, Meryl Cinnamon

    South Florida Sun-Sentinel.com - News

  • Chany davens with her class when she gets to school.

    Chicago Reader

  • I'll bet that she has jazz on her CD player and pesto and sundried tomatoes in her fridge and davens where no one winces at the long curls tumbling out of her beret or the fact that her flary skirt stops just above her knees.

    Beyond BT - The Baal Teshuva site for Baalei Teshuva and Other Growth Oriented Jews

  • In new film, Down syndrome is no obstacle to prayer new york | Lior Liebling davens everywhere - in the backyard, in school and on the swing set.

    J. Weekly

  • Is my davening counted if a chabadnick davens for the amud?

    Mystical Paths

  • If the someone davens too quickly, do not admonish him in the middle of the davening and embarrass him.

    Hirhurim - Musings

  • In new film, Down syndrome is no obstacle to prayer by rebecca wolfson, jta new york | Lior Liebling davens everywhere - in the backyard, in school and on the swing set.

    J. Weekly

  • "To have a community that davens together and learns together and has dreams of something bigger."

    Articles

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