Gadol or godol (גדול, plural: gedolim גדולים) (Hebrew "big" or "great") is a term used by religious Jews to refer to the most revered rabbis of the generation.

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  • Gadol or godol (גדול, plural: gedolim גדולים) (Hebrew "big" or "great") is a term used by religious Jews to refer to the most revered rabbis of the generation. (en)
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  • Gadol or godol (גדול, plural: gedolim גדולים) (Hebrew "big" or "great") is a term used by religious Jews to refer to the most revered rabbis of the generation. (en)
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