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Mitnagged

[ English, Ashkenazic Hebrew mis-nah-gid; Sephardic Hebrew meet-nah-ged ]
/ English, Ashkenazic Hebrew mɪsˈnɑ gɪd; Sephardic Hebrew mit nɑˈgɛd /
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noun, plural Mit·nag·ge·dim [English, Ashkenazic Hebrew mis-nahg-dim; Sephardic Hebrew meet-nahg-deem]. /English, Ashkenazic Hebrew mɪsˈnɑg dɪm; Sephardic Hebrew mit nɑgˈdim/. Judaism.
a member of an Orthodox Jewish movement in central or eastern Europe in the 18th and 19th centuries that advocated an intellectual, legalistic approach to Judaism and opposed the emotional, mystical approach of the Hasidim.Compare Hasid (def. 1).
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Origin of Mitnagged

1900–05; <Medieval Hebrew mithnaggēdh,Yiddish misnaged<Hebrew mithnaggēdh opposing, opponent
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