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- A maggid (Hebrew: מַגִּיד‎), also spelled as magid, is a traditional Jewish religious itinerant preacher, skilled as a narrator of Torah and religious...
- Maggid may refer to: Maggid shiur (or Magid Shiur) - a lecturer, generally lecturing in one place, on a given topic, on a fixed schedule Maggid (or Magid)...
- The Maggid Mesharim (Hebrew: מגיד מישרים, "Preacher of Righteousness"), published in 1646, is a mystical diary, in which Rabbi Joseph Karo during a period...
- דֹּב בֶּער מִמֶּזְרִיטְשְׁ‎; died December 1772 OS), also known as the Maggid of Mezeritch, was a disciple of Rabbi Yisrael Baal Shem Tov, the founder...
- Hillel Noah Maggid (1829-1903) (also known as Hillel Steinschneider) was a Russian-Jewish genealogist and historian. A descendant of Rabbi Saul "Wahl"...
- Yisroel Hopstein (1737–1814), also known as the Maggid of Kozhnitz, was the founder of Kozhnitz Hasidism, and a noted hasidic leader in Poland during the...
- visitation by a maggid is a form of Divine Inspiration (ruach hakodesh). The teachings of the maggid are recorded in his published work titled Maggid Meisharim...
- Maggid Shiur (Hebrew: sayer of a shiur or lecture‎; Torah lecturer)[better source needed] is the rabbi that lectures in a yeshiva or kollel. He usually...
- Dubner Maggid (מגיד מדובנא‎), was a Lithuanian (Belarus)-born preacher (maggid). (Alternative spelling of family name: Kranc) The Dubner Maggid is famous...
- the bestselling "Maggid" series of books for ArtScroll, inspired by the stories of Rabbi Sholom Schwadron, who was known as the "Maggid of Yerushaliyim"...