yarmulke

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n yarmulke a skullcap worn by religious Jews (especially at prayer)
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Usage


In news:

Felt antlers, plush santa suits with bling and even tiny blue yarmulkes can be seen attached to many pets this year.
The magazine cover shows two dark-haired males, one in his 40s, the other in his teens, both wearing prayer shawls and yarmulkes and both poring over a Torah on a lectern.
"We cannot make peace without the military, but ultimately the responsibility for peace will lie outside the military," says a man comfortable in both a yarmulke and Navy uniform.
Jennifer Garner's 'Hair Yarmulke .
Yarmulkes are not just yarmulkes anymore.
Nechemya Weberman lumbered into a Brooklyn courtroom yesterday as big as a rabid bear in an oversized black coat and matching yarmulke, side curls tucked behind his ears.
Delmon Young will pay a price for the anti-Semitic rant he unleashed on a panhadler wearing a Yarmulke early Friday morning and the ensuing assault on a tourist visiting New York for his bachelor party.
Music sets the mood for the holidays, whether it's Bing Crosby crooning "White Christmas," a choir in hushed tones harkening back to a "Silent Night" or Adam Sandler nasally reminding us: "Put on your yarmulke, here comes Hanukkah".
Two Black boys appeared, saw his tears, assessed the situation and took off after the boys who had taken his yarmulke.
Braids at HLA are more common than yarmulkes.
Music sets the mood for the holidays, whether it's Bing Crosby crooning "White Christmas," a choir in hushed tones hearkening back to a "Silent Night" or Adam Sandler nasally reminding us: "Put on your yarmulke, here comes Hanukkah".
Hold on to your yarmulkes.
On April 6, with Passover only a few days away, young men with yarmulkes on their heads and cardboard boxes in their arms rushed in and out of Schick's Gourmet Bakery on 16th Avenue in the largely Hasidic Borough Park section of Brooklyn.
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