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Kippah and Tallit Case - RGTM 113-OTM113
- A kippah, kippa, or kipa (/kɪˈpɑː/ ki-pah; Hebrew: כִּפָּה or כִּיפָּה; plural: kippot כִּפוֹת or כִּיפּוֹת), Hebrew meaning "Dome"), also known as a yarmulke (Listeni/ˈjɑrməlkə/ yar-məl-kə or /ˈjɑːməkə/ yah-mə-kə from Yiddish: יאַרמולקע, in turn from Turkish: yağmurluk meaning "rainwear"), is a hemispherical or platter-shaped cap, usually made of cloth, worn by Jews to fulfill the customary requirement held by some orthodox halachic authorities that the head be covered at all times. It is usually worn by men and, less frequently, by women (in Conservative and Reform communities) at times of prayer.
A tallit [taˈlit] (Hebrew: טַלִּית) (talit in Modern Hebrew, Sephardic Hebrew and Ladino) (tallis, in Ashkenazic Hebrew and Yiddish) pl. tallitot [taliˈtot] (talleisim, tallism, in Ashkenazic Hebrew and Yiddish) is a Jewish prayer shawl. The tallit is worn over the outer clothes during the morning prayers (Shacharit) and worn during all prayers on Yom Kippur. The tallit has special twined and knotted fringes known as tzitzit attached to its four corners. Most traditional tallitot are made of wool. Tallitot are often first worn by children on their Bar Mitzvahs. In orthodox, Ashkenazi circles, a Tallit is customarily presented to a groom before marriage as part of the dowry.
Båruch Atå Adonoy, Eloheinu Melech hå'olåm, asher kidishånu bi'mitzvo'tåv, vi'tzivånu al mitzvat tzitzit.