What Is the Jewish Hat Called?

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The Yakama is the name that refers to the Jewish hat. It is especially worn by Jewish men of Hare dim community or by Orthodox Jews. The Yakama is simple, but very stylish and practical, because it is made of satin or velvet. The Yakama always fits nicely on the head and usually is made in larger sizes.
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Yarmulka also known as a Yamaka is a skullcap worn by religious Jews especially at
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The Torah is the Bible for Jewish people. This holy book is actually where Christians got their Bible. It has many of the same books in it as the Old Testament.
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The Jewish hat is called Yamaka, or Kippah. It is worn to recognize that God is above humankind or identify with others.
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Jews wear a hat mainly called a yarmulke or kippah. Observant Jewish men wear the slightly rounded hat at all times particularly during prayers. The hat serves as a sign of respect for God and the recognition that the wearer submits to the will of a greater power above.
The Jewish hat is called a Kippah or yarmulke. It is a hemispherical or platter-shaped skullcap, usually of cloth, often worn by Orthodox Jewish men to fulfil the customary requirement that their head be covered at all times. Sometimes worn by both men and, less frequently, women in Conservative and Reform communities at times of prayer.
The Jewish hat is called kippah. The hat is worn when going for prayers in a synagogue though some wear a kippah all the time as a mark of respect for God. Wearing kippah is also a sign of humility for men in Jewish community.
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