Glossary of Terms
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Aseres Yemei Teshuvah - 10 Days of Repentance
Brachos - Blessings
Chumash - Study of the Five Books of Moses in depth
Dikduk - Hebrew Grammar
Gemara - Oral Law, elucidation of the Mishnah, approx. 500CE
Halachah - Laws
Hashkafah - Philosophy
Keriah - Hebrew Reading
Kesivah - Hebrew Handwriting
Kesuvim - Book of Writings
Lashon Hakodesh - Biblical Hebrew
Midos - Character Traits
Minhag - Customs
Mishnah - Oral Law, compiled approx. 200CE
Musar - Character Improvement
Neviyim - Book of Prophets
Parshah - Portion of the Week
Rosh Chodesh - New Month
Siddur - Prayer Book
Talmud - Major Work of the Oral Law
Tanach - Hebrew Scripture
Tefillah - Prayer
Torah - Five Books of Moses
Yahadus - Timely Jewish Topics
Yahrtzeit - Anniversary of a Death
Yamim Noraim - High Holidays/Days of Awe
Yedios Klaliyos - General Jewish Knowledge