Bunem

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Jewish: Yiddish name derived ultimately from the French phrase bon homme ‘good man’ bestowed as an affectionate nickname.

First names dictionary. 2012.

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  • SIMḤAH BUNEM OF PRZYSUCHA — (Pshiskha; 1765–1827), ḥasidic ẓaddik in Poland. He was born in Wodzislaw, Poland. His father, R. Ẓevi, was an itinerant preacher (maggid) in Poland and central Europe. R. Simḥah Bunem traveled to central Europe to learn from R. Jeremiah of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Simcha Bunem von Przysucha — (* 1765; † 1827 in Przysucha/Polen) war ein chassidischer Zaddik in Polen. Leben und Werk Sein Vater, Rav Zvi, war ein Wanderprediger (Maggid) in Polen und Westeuropa. In seiner Jugend studierte Simcha Bunem in Jeschiwot in Mattersdorf und… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • JUSTMAN, MOSHE BUNEM — (pseudonym: B. Yeushzon; 1889–1942), Yiddish journalist, humorist, and novelist. Born in Warsaw, he was educated in yeshivah and torn between admiration for ḥasidic life and the lure of modernism. He published in a broad spectrum of Yiddish… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Eger, Akiva ben Simha Bunem — (c. 1720 58)    German rabbi and author. He was born in Halberstadt and served as rabbi of Zuelz in Upper Silesia. In 1756 he became head of the yeshivah of Pressburg. He was one of the foremost talmudic scholars of his generation. He published… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • GORA KALWARIA — (Yid. Ger; Heb. Gur), town 19 mi. (30 km.) S.E. of Warsaw, Poland. The town, known popularly as Nowy Jeruzalem, obtained a charter in 1670 which included a clause prohibiting the settlement of Jews there. Jews were first permitted to settle in… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • KOTSK, MENAHEM MENDEL (Morgenstern) OF — (1787–1859), one of the outstanding and most original leaders of the ḥasidic movement. Menahem Mendel was born in Bilgoraj, Poland, to a rabbinic family. After his marriage he was exposed to Ḥasidism and traveled to Lublin to see R. Jacob Isaac… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Beuna (Geiseltal) — Stadt Merseburg Koordinaten …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Chassidim — Chassidismus kommt von dem hebräischen Wort חסידים / Chassidim, „Fromme“ und bezeichnet verschiedene voneinander unabhängige Bewegungen im Judentum. Gemeinsam ist diesen Bewegungen der hohe Standard religiöser Observanz, der hohe moralische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Chassidisch — Chassidismus kommt von dem hebräischen Wort חסידים / Chassidim, „Fromme“ und bezeichnet verschiedene voneinander unabhängige Bewegungen im Judentum. Gemeinsam ist diesen Bewegungen der hohe Standard religiöser Observanz, der hohe moralische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Chassidisches Judentum — Chassidismus kommt von dem hebräischen Wort חסידים / Chassidim, „Fromme“ und bezeichnet verschiedene voneinander unabhängige Bewegungen im Judentum. Gemeinsam ist diesen Bewegungen der hohe Standard religiöser Observanz, der hohe moralische… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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