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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How to use Rav in a sentence
There was a great deal about Rav Froman that was sensational, in every sense of the word.
Rav′elling, a ravelled thread; Rav′elling-en′gine, a machine for tearing rags.
Rav′enous, Rav′ined, voracious: devouring with rapacity: eager for prey or gratification.
Ravelin, Rav′lin, n. a detached work with two embankments raised before the counterscarp.
The more modest and simple the Rav, the haughtier and more exigent the Rebbetzin.Simon Eichelkatz; The Patriarch | Ulrich Frank
And the Rav knew about everything: about going on a journey, about business, about marrying, about purifying vessels for Passover.The Promised Land | Mary Antin