Who knows ten?
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The minhag is to place 10 pieces of bread while doing Bedikas Chametz... See Bedikas Chometz - 10 pieces of bread
Ten are the sons of Rav Pappa mentioned in a siyum.
10 generations from Adam to Noah
10 generations from Noah to Avraham
[7 generations from Avraham to Moshe]
10 generations (links) from Moshe to Yehuda ben Tabai and Shimon ben Shatach
Ten challenges of Avraham.
Ten Makkos Makkos ten, the Mitzrim were punished again and again
The world was created with ten statements.
Ten Sefirot (total!)
Ten are the pedigrees of Israel
10 is the amount of people you need for a Minyan
Aseres Yemei Teshuva
You are supposed to give 10% of your earnings to Tzedaka - known as Maaser
Ten are the sons of Binyamin. Bereishis 46:21
Ten are the Ten Declarations!
You want to count The Commandments? Wait about 603 business days.
And get off my lawn.
Haman haRasha had ten sons (cf. 9th chapter of Megillat Esther).
Ten of the twelve spies (meraglim) who were sent by Moses to scout out the Land of Israel came back with a negative report.
There are 10 places in Tanach where the letter "א" Aleph is immediately followed by another "א" Aleph in the same word.
1 - Breishis 12:3 אאר
2 - Yeshayahu 45:5 - אאזרך
3 - Yeshayahu 48:9 - אאריך
4 - Micha 2:12 - אאסף
5 - Iyov 6:11 - אאריך
6 - Iyov 9:16 - אאמין
7 - Iyov 16:5 - אאמצכם
8 - Iyov 33:33 - ואאלפך
9 - Daniel 4:12 - בדתאא
10 - Daniel 4:20 - בדתאא
10 are the words in the blessing Hamotzi.
Number of words used to count a minyon in Tehillim 28:9
הוֹשִׁיעָה אֶת עַמֶּךָ וּבָרֵךְ אֶת נַחֲלָתֶךָ וּרְעֵם וְנַשְּׂאֵם עַד הָעוֹלָם
Ten mitzvos given to Benei Noach that are not included in the Sheva Mitzvos that they might be chayiv in.
In the current Nusach Ashkenaz, the word מנוחה of some form is mentioned ten times in Shabbos Mincha. As for significance, well, that’s already been asked.
Laban would renege ten times on any agreement he made with Yaakov. - Breshis Rabbah 73:9
Ten is the number of the Lost Tribes of Israel, who were exiled to Assyria because of their misdeeds. (II Kings 17:6)
The Talmud (Sanhedrin 110b) brings several opinions concerning the eventual fate of these tribes. According to Rabbi Akiva, they will never return. According to Rabbi Eliezer, they will indeed return to the Land of Israel eventually. In the view of Rabbi Shimon ben Yehudah, the fate of the tribes depends on whether or not they repent.
The entire daf is quite interesting; I'd suggest looking at it for further reading.
Ten are the kosher mammals:
שׁ֕וֹר שֵׂ֥ה כְשָׂבִ֖ים וְשֵׂ֥ה עִזִּֽים׃ אַיָּ֥ל וּצְבִ֖י וְיַחְמ֑וּר וְאַקּ֥וֹ וְדִישֹׁ֖ן וּתְא֥וֹ וָזָֽמֶר׃