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Definition of Minyan

Minyan
Minyan Min*yan", n. (Jewish Relig.) A quorum, or number necessary, for conducting public worship.

Meaning of Minyan from wikipedia

- In Judaism, a minyan (Hebrew: מניין \ מִנְיָן‎ minyán [minˈjan], lit. (noun) count, number; pl. מניינים \ מִנְיָנִים‎ minyaním [minjaˈnim]) is the quorum...
- to Gr**** mythology and legendary prehistory of the Aegean region, the Minyans or Minyae (Gr****: Μινύες, Minyes) were an autochthonous group inhabiting...
- Minyan may mean: Minyan, in Judaism, a quorum of ten men required for prayer Minyans, in Gr**** mythology and pre-history, an early po****tion group in...
- Minyan ware is a broad archaeological term describing varieties of a particular style of Aegean burnished pottery ****ociated with the Middle ****adic period...
- Ruach Minyan is an independent minyan or chavurah in Washington, D.C., organized entirely by volunteer leadership and affiliated with Adas Israel Congregation...
- minyan. Those Reform and Reconstructionist congregations that consider a minyan mandatory for communal prayer, count both men and women for a minyan....
- The DC Minyan is a lay-led Jewish congregation in the Dupont Circle area of Washington, D.C., with programs including Shabbat/Sabbath and Holy Day worship...
- Thea Minyan Bjørseth (born 30 October 2003) is a Norwegian ski jumper and Nordic combined skier. She parti****ted at the team event at the FIS Nordic World...
- Partnership minyan (pl. partnership minyanim) is a religious Jewish prayer group that s****s to maximize women's parti****tion in services within the confines...
- "Guide for the Halakhic Minyan" is a work published to provide Jewish worship groups, especially Partnership minyans, with halachic (Jewish legal) sources...
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