He said the divorce is intertwined with him becoming a rabbi.
This apparently is why rabbi Cohen was upset enough to invoke a name that is synonymous with the sworn enemy of the Jewish people.
But someone forgot to tell the bestowers of the Israel Prize, who last Thursday awarded it to rabbi Haim Druckman.
rabbi Yosef was its undisputed leader—spiritual and material—yet never himself stood for office.
Probably the most unfortunate thing about rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu is that he can be deeply violent in his rhetoric.
rabbi Jehuda, however, says he is only liable if he breaks it intentionally.
“That depends on circumstances,” returned the rabbi in Jesuitical wise.
His Bible does not permit our rabbi to avail himself of this theory.
The expression in the eyes of Countess did not please the rabbi.
And those who were present noticed that the rabbi's eldest son, Judas Maccabæus, carried a sword under his mantle.
"Jewish doctor of religious law," late 15c. (in Old English in biblical context only; in Middle English also as a title prefixed to personal names), from Late Latin rabbi, from Greek rhabbi, from Mishnaic Hebrew rabbi "my master," from rabh "master, great one," title of respect for Jewish doctors of law + -i, first person singular pronominal suffix. From Semitic root r-b-b "to be great or numerous" (cf. robh "multitude;" Aramaic rabh "great; chief, master, teacher;" Arabic rabba "was great," rabb "master").
An influential sponsor; a patron: I see you got the gold tin; who's your rabbi?
[1932+; the dated instance has to do with post-office workers]
my master, a title of dignity given by the Jews to their doctors of the law and their distinguished teachers. It is sometimes applied to Christ (Matt. 23:7, 8; Mark 9:5 (R.V.); John 1:38, 49; 3:2; 6:25, etc.); also to John (3:26).