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I am not discussing the reality of the word, only the def. Ashkenazi and Sephardic rabbis define the term differently See the note in RFV. And treif and treyf need to be brought into the def. I only know a little bit about kashrut and am unwilling to work on the def myself.--Allamakee Democrat 18:10, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

Oh, ok. Perhaps put it on the list of Requests For Cleanup then? There wouldn't happen to be any Rabbis on here, by any chance?

Comment from rfv: Yes, it is the right word, but the def is not quite right. See w:Kashrut. There seems to be a division in usage between the Ashkenazi and the Sephardi rabbis. And the very English treif or treyf also need to be documented.--Allamakee Democrat 17:57, 11 July 2006 (UTC)

I believe that it is an adjective - meaning not kosher. SemperBlotto 20:51, 11 July 2006 (UTC)