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What does “Ribbono Shel Olam At” mean? [closed]

What does "Ribbono Shel Olam At" mean?
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Will erasing G-d's name even in a Tanakh book render it not fit for use?

I know that erasing G-d's name from a handwritten tanakh scroll, will render it non-kosher, but will accidently erasing G-d's name in a printed tanakh render it not fit for use? If so, does this apply ...
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How to get rid of unwanted items with God's name in it or on it [duplicate]

I unwittingly accepted a J's Witness Russian booklet and it has verses from scripture both in Hebrew and Russian, as well as God's name (the Hebrew tetragrammaton). What do you do with an unwanted ...
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Is one permitted to say good shabbos in the mikvah?

One might see a friend at the mikvah and wish to say hello and either being before or on shabbos wish him well. Since shabbos is also considered one of G-d's names is it permitted to use this ...
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Origins B'zrat Hashem (בס״ד)? [duplicate]

It's a very common practice to write "בס״ד" (whit the help of G-d) at the top of letters, notes, texts, etc. People from different cultures and regions seem to do this, but what are the origins of ...
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May one wear a shirt with Torah printed on it?

Suppose a shirt has words of Torah printed on it (not God's name). I know we have to treat printed words of Torah respectfully; but, usually, shirts go in the washing machine, on the floor, etc. May ...
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Can Holiness Be Retroactively Withdrawn?

Without getting into the debate of Ashurith (Modern Hebrew) vs K'thav Ivri (Paleo Hebrew), let's just say for the sake of argument that Paleo Hebrew was the original Hebrew. It is known that the ...
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What constitutes a name of G-d? [duplicate]

A now-deleted question on this site asked about what halachik justification there was for an attempted stoning of Jesus. In the passage quoted by the OP, Jesus had said "Before Abraham was, I AM!", ...
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Is it allowed to delete a file or close a window which contains a written name of Hashem? [duplicate]

The English word with three letters, God. Is it allowed to close this window, for example? What is the ruling regarding electronic documents, photos, etc. Can they be deleted from the hard drive or ...
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Why do people write G-d instead of God in writing and on digitial media? [duplicate]

I see many people here (and not just here) writing G-d. Aren't G-d's names sacred only in Hebrew, and even in Hebrew isn't it ok to write the names digitally (and have it displayed on a screen) and ...
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Shiluvim and Ashkenazim

In many Edot haMizrach siddurim, the tetragrammaton is printed with kavvanot (called shiluvim) in the final ה. Is it appropriate, according to Ashkenazi poskim, to pay attention to these kavanot?
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Is it permissible to post photos of pages of a siddur (containing YHVH) online?

I am planning to write a detailed blog post about the weekday Shacharit service, and I want to illustrate it with photos of pages from my ArtScroll siddur. Is this permissible, given that the pages ...
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What is the kabbalistic understanding of the name אזבוג״ה?

In the sefer Brit Menucha it mentions the name of God אזבוג״ה which comes from Shemos 15:1. I would like to understand what the kabbalistic associations with this name are. Particularly what is the ...
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In Judaism do they believe that writting God's name is swearing an oath?

I have recently asked a question about taking God's name in vain. And I have been told that swearing is taking his name in vain. So in teachings I see it mentioned G-d or Gcd. Showing to me a ...
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Why do people say “God” in English and not “Gosh”?

When people speak Hebrew, they say Hashem instead of Y-HVH, because saying His name is impossible/forbidden. Additionally, when writing, some people write G-d instead of God. Why when speaking ...