Soloveitchik (Hebrew: סולובייצ'יק Yiddish: סאָלאָווייטשיק‎) (also Soloveichik) is a surname. The name is a diminutive form of the Russian word соловей, "nightingale", since the Soloveitchiks are a family of Levites, who are commanded by the Torah to sing in the Beit Hamikdash. It is notably the name of a rabbinic family descended from Yosef Dov Soloveitchik (Beis Halevi) (1820-1892). Members include:

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  • Soloveitchik (Hebrew: סולובייצ'יק Yiddish: סאָלאָווייטשיק‎) (also Soloveichik) is a surname. The name is a diminutive form of the Russian word соловей, "nightingale", since the Soloveitchiks are a family of Levites, who are commanded by the Torah to sing in the Beit Hamikdash. It is notably the name of a rabbinic family descended from Yosef Dov Soloveitchik (Beis Halevi) (1820-1892). Members include: * Ahron Soloveichik (1917–2001) * Avraham Yehoshua Soloveitchik * Berel Soloveitchik (1915–1981) * Chaim Soloveitchik (1853–1918) * Eliyahu Soloveitchik (Elijah Zevi) (1805–1881) * Haym Soloveitchik (born 1937) * Joseph B. Soloveitchik (1903–1993) * Meir Soloveichik (born 1977) * Moshe Soloveichik (1879–1941) * Meshulam Dovid Soloveitchik (born 1921) * Peter Salovey (born 1958) (unlike the other names listed here, Salovey is not a descendant of Yosef Dov Soloveitchik, but rather of his uncle Elijah Zevi) * (1926–1996) * Samuel Soloveichik (1909–1967) * Yitzchok Zev Soloveitchik (1886–1959) (en)
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  • Soloveitchik (Hebrew: סולובייצ'יק Yiddish: סאָלאָווייטשיק‎) (also Soloveichik) is a surname. The name is a diminutive form of the Russian word соловей, "nightingale", since the Soloveitchiks are a family of Levites, who are commanded by the Torah to sing in the Beit Hamikdash. It is notably the name of a rabbinic family descended from Yosef Dov Soloveitchik (Beis Halevi) (1820-1892). Members include: (en)
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