Jews of central and eastern Europe, or their descendants, distinguished from the Sephardim chiefly by their liturgy, religious customs, and pronunciation of Hebrew.
(plural) “central and northern European Jews” (as opposed to Sephardim, Jews of Spain and Portugal), 1839, from Hebrew Ashkenazzim, plural of Ashkenaz, eldest son of Gomer (Gen. x:3), also the name of a people mentioned in Jer. li:27 (perhaps akin to Greek skythoi “Scythians,” cf. Akkadian ishkuzai); identified historically with various people; in Middle Ages, with the Germans.
Vladimir (Davidovich) [duh-vee-duh-vich] /dəˈvi də vɪtʃ/ (Show IPA), born 1937, Russian pianist in western Europe since 1963. noun Vladimir. born 1937, Soviet-born Icelandic pianist and conductor
noun the winged fruit of the ash
a city in and the capital of Turkmenistan, in the S part. a city in and the capital of Turkmenistan, in the S central part, near the Iranian border. a republic in central in Asia, bordering the Caspian Sea, Iran, and Afghanistan. 188,417 sq. mi. (488,000 sq. km). Capital: Ashkhabad. Historical Examples Cockroaches and Orthoptera […]
a city in NE Kentucky, on the Ohio River. a city in N central Ohio. a town in SW Oregon. Contemporary Examples Kelly G. Lambert, a neuroscientist at Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, Virginia, studies parenting behavior in lab animals. Do Hands-On Dads Raise Healthier Kids? Andy Hinds June 14, 2014 He spoke with Elise Jordan […]