or Tal·lys, Tal·ys
Definition for tallis (2 of 2)
or tal·lit, tal·lis
noun, plural tal·li·thim, tal·li·tim, tal·li·sim [Ashkenazic Hebrew, English tah-lee-sim, -ley-, tah-luh-sim; Sephardic Hebrew tah-lee-teem] /Ashkenazic Hebrew, English tɑˈli sɪm, -ˈleɪ-, ˌtɑ ləˈsɪm; Sephardic Hebrew tɑ liˈtim/. Judaism.
Origin of tallith
Examples from the Web for tallis
Women, say, may organize a bat mitzvah there, and even wear a tallis (though tfilin are still up in the air, I believe).
It had taken Tallis hours of practice to say that phrase properly, but the training had been worth it.
On the death of Tallis 1585, the patent was enjoyed by Byrd alone, and he made very good use of it.Twelve Good Musicians|Frederick Bridge
It would be indelicate to speak until Tallis felt that he was ready for the surprise.
"Stand at ease until the High Commander looks at you again," Tallis said in a low aside.
He spent several minutes winding the sticky plastic ribbon around Tallis' wrists and ankles.