Definition of Shadchanim

1. shadchan [n] - See also: shadchan



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shadchanim

shad-flower
shad-spirit
shad-spirits
shad-waiter
shad-waiters
shad roe
shadberries
shadberry
shadbird
shadbirds
shadblow
shadblows
shadbush
shadbushes
shadchan
shadchanim (current term)
shadchans
shadchen
shadchens
shadd
shadda
shaddap
shadder
shadders
shaddock
shaddocks
shaddup
shade
shade horsetail
shade horsetails

Literary usage of Shadchanim

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Jewish Life in the Middle Ages by Israel ( Abrahams (1919)
"... literal truth,' says a seventeenth century writer ;1 and, he adds, ' in earlier times, none but students of the law were shadchanim (or match-makers). ..."

2. Jewish Life in the Middle Ages by Israel Abrahams (1896)
"... and, he adds,' in earlier times, none but students of the law were shadchanim (or match-makers).' This statement is undoubtedly true. ..."

3. Jewish Life in the Middle Ages by Israel Abrahams (1896)
"... literal truth,' says a seventeenth century writer;1 and, he adds, ' in earlier times, none but students of the law were shadchanim (or match-makers). ..."

4. Max Lilienthal, American Rabbi: Life and Writings by Max E. Lilienthal, David Philipson (1915)
"The shadchanim (marriage agents) began to busy themselves about me, and I received letters and proposals from every part of Russia, the one offering me a ..."

5. British Jews by John Mills (1853)
"The restriction in intercourse among the two sexes, and other circumstances in Jewish society, have given rise to a class of persons called shadchanim, ..."

6. British Jews by John Mills (1853)
"The restriction in intercourse among the two sexes, and other circumstances in Jewish society, have given rise to a class of persons called shadchanim, ..."

7. Max Lilienthal, American Rabbi: Life and Writings by Max E. Lilienthal, David Philipson (1915)
"The shadchanim (marriage agents) began to busy themselves about me, and I received letters and proposals from every part ..."

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