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- this article is about the term in judaism. for the holy spirit in christianity, see holy spirit (christianity). for the holy spirit in islam, see holy
- the torah ark or ark in a synagogue (jewish house of worship) is known in hebrew as the aron kodesh by the ashke****m and as the hekhál amongst most sefardim
- isaiah horovitz (hebrew: ישעיה הלוי הורוויץ), (c. 1565 – march 24, 1630), also known as the shelah ha-kadosh (the holy shelah) after the title of his best-known
- ****uk rachav is an israeli rock band. the band's first album, eretz hakodesh (the holy land), was released on john zorn's tzadik record label in 2009
- leshon hakodesh (hebrew: לשון הקודש‎; lit. 'the sacred language' or 'the holy language' or 'the holy tongue') is a jewish term and appellation attributed
- yaakov yitzchak rabinowicz (polish: jakub izaak rabinowicz; 1766–1813), also known as the yid hakodosh (yiddish: ייִד הקדוש; hebrew: היהודי הקדוש, hayehudi
- 'hagiographa'. the ketuvim are believed to have been written under the ruach hakodesh, but with one level less authority than that of prophecy. found among the
- 'spirit'. in its prophetic form as ruach hakodesh it is derived from the talmud equating divine inspiration (ruach hakodesh), and a divine voice as the word
- of haredi judaism often presume that a gadol has some degree of ruach hakodesh ('divine spirit'); the gadol's teachings and statements therefore become