Glossary: F

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  Shofar A Glossary of
Unfamiliar Terms
Ten Commandments Tablets  
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Ari Levitt*
ThM, ThD, DMin, MBA, CNHP
 
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Abbreviations Used In This Glossary

abbr. = abbreviated

alt. = alternate

Ar. = Aramaic

esp. = especially

Gr. = Greek

Heb. = Hebrew

lit. = literally

n. = noun

pl. = plural

pron. = pronounced

prop. = properly

sg. = singular

usu. = usually

v. = verb

Yid. = Yiddish

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F p

farbissener
mean
 
farbrengen
inspirational gathering where the Rebbe’s shirayim or leftovers are of great interest
 
fargolgung
persecution
 
farnumen
preoccupied
 
farnumen
set aside
 
farshteit zich
of course
 
Feasts of ADONAI
The one weekly and seven annual holidays that God commanded Israel to observe in Leviticus 23 (frequently referred to as “Feasts of Israel” by Goyim)
  • Shabbat (Exod. 31:15; Lev. 23:3)
  • Pesach (Lev. 23:5) §
  • Festival of Matzah (Unleavened Bread, 7 days; Lev. 23:6-8)
  • Firstfruits (Lev. 23:10-11)
  • Shavuot; Firstfruits of Wheat (Lev. 23:15-16; Exod. 34:22) §
  • Rosh Hashanah (Lev. 23:24; Num. 29:1)
  • Yom-Kippur (Lev. 23:27-31)
  • Sukkot (7 days; Lev 23:33-36) §
§ denotes a Pilgrimage Festival (Exodus 34:23-24)
 
fehlt
the lacking
 
fergin
graciously grant
 
feste
excellent
 
fier zich
comport oneself
 
Firstfruits
A time of offering the first of the grain harvest to the Lord, observed by Messianics as a memorial of Messiah's resurrection on the First Day of the Week following Pesach; somtimes observed on the second day of the Feast of Unleavened Bread
 
fleishig
(Yid.) foods derived from meat or meat products
 
foroisgeier
(Yid.) forerunner
 
fort
nevertheless
 
Four Species (Arba’ah Minim)
Palm, myrtle, willow, and citron; another name for the lulav and etrog together, used on Sukkot
 
frai
irreligious
 
frum
(Yid.) observant Jew

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