- yes, virginia, there is a santa claus,
- yes-no question,
- yes/no question,
Origin of yeshiva
Examples from the Web for yeshiva
He recalls “there was a group who had come from the yeshiva,” but “often they were uncomfortable… they felt sidelined.”
Lisa Goldman apparently attended a Yeshiva University event this week at which I was a panelist.
The yeshiva would later threaten to end her education if she refused appointments with Weberman.How One Sex Abuse Case Tore Apart the Williamsburg Hasidim|Allison Yarrow|August 8, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If Yeshiva University isn't mainstream modern Orthodoxy, well then I'm not sure what is.
noun plural -vahs or -voth (Hebrew -vɔt)
Word Origin for yeshiva
"Orthodox Jewish college or seminary," 1851, from Hebrew yesibah "academy," literally "a sitting," from yashav "to sit."