Kaplan

[ kap-luhn ]
/ ˈkæp lən /

noun

Mor·de·cai Me·na·hem [mawr-di-kahy -mey-nuh-hem, muh-nah-hem], /ˈmɔr dɪˌkaɪ ˈmeɪ nəˌhɛm, məˈnɑ hɛm/, 1881–1983, U.S. religious leader and educator, born in Lithuania: founder of the Reconstructionist movement in Judaism.

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