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da•yan



Pronunciation: ( Seph.dä-yän'; Ashk. dä-yôn'), [key]
n.,
pl. da•ya•nimPronunciation: ( Seph.dä"yä-nēm'; Ashk. dä-yô'nim). [key]
Hebrew.
1. a judge in a Jewish religious court.
2. a person knowledgeable in Talmudic law whose advice on religious questions is often sought by rabbis.

Da•yan



Pronunciation: (dä-yän'), [key]
n.
Mo•she Pronunciation: (mô-she'; Eng. mō'shu), [key] 1915–81, Israeli politician and military leader: defense minister 1967–74, foreign minister 1977–79.

Random House Unabridged Dictionary, Copyright © 1997, by Random House, Inc., on Infoplease.

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