or Tal·lys, Tal·ys
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.
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Contemporary Examples of tallis
Women, say, may organize a bat mitzvah there, and even wear a tallis (though tfilin are still up in the air, I believe).Women: Talk To The Wall
June 14, 2013
Historical Examples of tallis
It was not, however, indelicate to watch Tallis' face closely; it was expected.
Tallis, like the rest of the Kerothi, was unbelievably humanoid.
"The Board of Strategy asked me to tell you," Tallis continued.
General Tallis shook his head in a peculiarly humanlike gesture.
Tallis had something to say, but he was allowing the Earthman to "adjust to surprise."