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tallith

noun tal·lith \ˈtä-ləs, ˈta-, -lət, -ləth\

Definition of TALLITH

:  a shawl with fringed corners worn over the head or shoulders by Jewish men especially during morning prayers

Variants of TALLITH

tal·lith or tal·lis \-ləs\

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Origin of TALLITH

Hebrew ṭallīth cover, cloak
First Known Use: 1613

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