Chasid

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  • noun

Synonyms for Chasid

a member of a Jewish sect that observes a form of strict Orthodox Judaism

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Matisyahu returns to Israel on tour with new positive, hopeful songs that combine hasidic Judaism, jam band rock, hip hop and reggae.
The Fogelmans came to Worcester from Brooklyn in 1942 to spread the Lubavitch movement of Hasidic Judaism, especially the teachings of the late Rabbi Menachem Mendell Schneerson, who became the group's beloved Rebbe or leader, and they opened the school four years later.
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