noun, plural zad·di·kim [Sephardic Hebrew tsah-dee-keem; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English tsah-dee-kim, -dik-im] /Sephardic Hebrew tsɑ diˈkim; Ashkenazic Hebrew, English tsɑˈdi kɪm, -ˈdɪk ɪm/. Hebrew.
Origin of zaddik
Examples from the Web for zaddik
All and everything that the Zaddik does and thinks has a decided influence upon the382 upper and lower worlds.
The wealthy Chassidim regarded it as a duty to support the Zaddik liberally.
The Zaddik, however miserly he might be, had to assist the poor and distressed with his revenues.
The Deity reveals Himself especially in the acts of the Zaddik; even his most trifling deeds are to be considered important.
Whoever desired to enter upon a hazardous transaction consulted the Zaddik as an oracle, and had to pay for his counsel.