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Bialik

[ byah-lik ]
/ ˈbyɑ lɪk /
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noun

Cha·im Nach·man [khahy-eem nahkh-mahn; English khahy-im -nahkh-muhn], /xaɪˈim nɑxˈmɑn; English ˈxaɪ ɪm ˈnɑx mən/, 1873–1934, Hebrew poet, born in Russia.

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Bialik
/ (ˈbjɑːlɪk) /

noun

Hayyim Nahman (ˈhaɪm ˈnɑxman) or Chaim Nachman . 1873–1934, Russian Jewish poet and writer. His long poems The Talmud Student (1894) and In the City of Slaughter (1903) established him as the major Hebrew poet of modern times
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