An old (formerly used) synagogue building in my town has this sign on the front of it:
The text says "Shaaray Torah", the name of the congregation, but what is the meaning of the two qofs above it?
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Likely, it is an acronym for קְהִילָה קְדוֹשָה k'hila k'dosha (lit: holy congregation), a title for Jewish communities whose use dates back to the Talmud (Tamid 27b).