[ Sephardic Hebrew vah-ahd; Ashkenazic Hebrew vah-ahd ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew vɑˈɑd; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈvɑ ɑd /
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noun, plural va·a·dim [Sephardic Hebrew vah-ah-deem; Ashkenazic Hebrew vah-ah-dim]. /Sephardic Hebrew vɑ ɑˈdim; Ashkenazic Hebrew vɑˈɑ dɪm/. Hebrew.
a Jewish council offering advice on or having authority over certain community affairs.
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How to use vaad in a sentence
Although her car had tinted windows, she said she was convinced a dark car with the Vaad logo was following her.
But others say the Vaad never had a place or a purpose at all.