rabino

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From Late Latin rabbi, from Ancient Greek ῥαββί (rhabbí, rabbi), from Hebrew רבי (rabbi, my master).

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rabino m (plural rabinos)

  1. (Judaism) rabbi (Jewish spiritual teacher)

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Noun[edit]

rabino m (plural rabinos)

  1. (Judaism) rabbi (Jewish spiritual teacher)