noun, plural ha·da·rim [khuh-dah-rim] /xəˈdɑ rɪm/, English he·ders. Yiddish.
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There was nothing in what the boys did in heder that I could not have done—if I had not been a girl.
Promptly when custom prescribed, Pinchus, the petted only son, was sent to heder.
The heder was the only beginning allowable for a boy in Polotzk, and to heder Joseph must go.
These developed later into the ivy leaf , or heder distinguentes.Writing & Illuminating, & Lettering
Attendance at the heder was compulsory for all children of school age, approximately from six to thirteen.