Rav

/ (ræv, Hebrew rav) /

noun Judaism

a rabbi who is a person's religious mentor, or one to whom questions are addressed for authoritative decision
the title preferred by many orthodox rabbis to distinguish them from the clergy of other brands of Judaism
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RAV

abbr.

Rous-associated virus
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