Payot (Hebrew: פֵּאָה ; plural: פֵּאוֹת) also pronounced pe'ot, peyot; or payos,
peyos, peyois, payois in Ashkenazi ...
Jul 8, 2008 ... Why do some Jewish men (mostly Hassidic) have curly ringlets of hair? The
commandment in Leviticus 19:27 states: "Do not cut the hair on the ...
The question came up at work about who wears the longer hair, curls around the
ears, ... Thus many Hasidic Jews do not have these traditional clothes, whereas ...
What is the reason some Jewish men grow long curls of hair from their Sideburns
? The long curls are commonly called “Payos”, or Corners. Two reasons for ...
May 1, 2012 ... Indeed, some Orthodox Jewish men wear long sidelocks, and some of them curl
them ... Some people have naturally curly hair, of course.
Do Jewish men have to have beards? ... the ears to the forehead, and this is
where payot or payos (side curls) come from (Babylonian Talmud, Makot 20b).
Many Orthodox Jewish men wear curls on the sides of their heads to be in
accordance with an interpretation of a verse in the Torah that prohibits shaving
Feb 28, 2008 ... Also, do they get it permed, or just curl it daily? ... singular). some jewish people (
quite a few) have curly hair and don't have to worry about making their ... I
thought of using curlers, but wasn't sure if that was allowed for a man.
Oct 24, 2011 ... With the passing of Simchat Torah, the last of the autumnal Jewish holidays, we
thought we'd take ... But how do they get those awesome curls?
I have a question about Hassidic Jews and what they wear. Specifically, why do
they wear all black suits with long heavy black coats ... in the heavy coats and
often wearing their hair in ringlets under hairy hats ... I want to know how the men
achieve those perfect Mary Pickford corkscrew curls(a.k.a. payot)!