[eer-lok] /ˈɪərˌlɒk/

a of hair worn near or in front of the .
Judaism. a of hair worn in front of each by Hasidic and Yemenite Jewish males in accordance with the Biblical prohibition against clipping the hair at the temples. Lev. 19:27.


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