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An acronym (Hebrew: ראשי תיבות, rashei teivot) is a shortened form of a phrase, usually consisting of the first letters of each word.

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It's a bracha derivated from Yeshayahu 40:29 ‏[‏בָּרוּך] נֹתֵ֥ן לַיָּעֵ֖ף כֹּ֑חַ וּלְאֵ֥ין אוֹנִ֖ים עׇצְמָ֥ה יַרְבֶּֽה׃ [Blessed be the one who] gives to the weak strength, and to the one w …
answered Jul 8 '18 by sam
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Rav Yehuda made a siman for the 10 makkas D’tzach ,A’dash ,B’achav three distinct classes. The Kli Yakar explains why three separate classes. The מהרי"א explains that Paroh argued on three points 1)H …
answered Apr 3 '14 by sam
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Rabbi Glatstein gave a whole shuir in this exact inyun hear the shuir here. http://www.torahanytime.com/video/haggadah-shel-pesach-the-siman-of-rabbi-yehudah-the-landmark-revelation-of-the-sfat-emet/ …
answered Apr 1 '14 by sam
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Rav Moshe in Igros Moshe YD 2:138 writes that it is better to avoid writing bais hey and one should use beis samach dalet instead. Rav Betzalel Stern in Batzel Hachahma 4:105 writes that one does no …
answered Nov 4 '14 by sam