(Hebrew: יְהוּדָה – often transliterated Yehudah
) was the fourth
son of the Biblical patriarch Jacob
may also refer
to: The Tribe...
- וירגה) was a Spanish historian
and physician, and author
of the Shevet Yehudah
(Hebrew:שבט יהודה - "Scepter of Judah"). His relationship
to the Hebrew
Bible, the Tribe
(שֵׁבֶט יְהוּדָה, Shevet Yehudah
, "Praise") was one of the twelve Tribes
of Israel. The Tribe
- Yehudah Aryeh
(Hebrew יהודה אריה ליב אלתר, 15 April
1847 – 11 January
1905), also known
by the title
of his main work, the Sfas Emes (Yiddish)...
- 931–913 931–914 931–915 רחבעם בן-שלמה מלך יהודה Rehav’am ben Shlomoh, Melekh Yehudah
Death: natural causes Abijah Reigned
for 3 years. 915–913 913–911 914–911...
- Rabbi Yehuda Teichtal
(born 1972 in Brooklyn, New York, USA), is an Orthodox rabbi
in Berlin, Germany. He is Rabbi
of the Jewish Community
ha-Nasi (Hebrew: יהודה הנשיא, Yehudah HaNasi
the Prince) or Judah
I, also known
(רבי) or Rabbenu HaQadosh
(רבנו הקדוש, "our...
- Rabbi Yehudah Yudel Rosenberg
and Jewish communal leader
and Canada. Rabbi Yehuda Yudel Rosenberg
- Yehudah Leopold Werner
(born 1931 in Munich) is an Israeli herpetologist
and Professor Emeritus
at the Hebrew University
(Department of Evolution...
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is being considered
for merging. › Camp Tel Yehudah
is the official national
camp of Young
Judaea, a Zionist...