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Payot (Hebrew: פֵּאָה ; plural: פֵּאוֹת), also pronounced pe'ot, peyot; or payos, peyos, peyois, payois in Ashkena...

Why Do Some Chassidic Jews Have Long Sidelocks (Peyot ...

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May 31, 2015 ... The Torah states, “Do not round off [the hair] at the edges of your heads. ... This prohibition applies only to males.3 .... Why do some Orthodox Jews have a great deal of Facial Hair with short or long beards as well as peyot and ...

Why men wear sidelocks (peyot) « Ask The Rabbi « Ohr Somayach

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"Do not cut off the hair on the sides of your head..." Vayikra 19:27. A Jewish male must leave sideburns (peyot) down to the joints of the jaw that are opposite the ...

What are those curly hair things on the side of the head that certain ...

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Dec 17, 2014 ... These are called, depending on you're of Eastern European Jewish heritage or ... Short answer: grow the hair in question out, twist the hair around your fingers when you come out ... It's not uncommon for Jewish males who wear payot in this style to ... Do men ever have curly hair but straight-haired beards?

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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 ...

Jewish Treats: Of Ringlets, Sidecurls, "Payos" and Beards (1 of 2)

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Jul 8, 2008 ... Why do some Jewish men (mostly Hassidic) have curly ringlets of hair? ... sideburn area, at least from the cheekbone and up around the ear.

Question 11.1.5: Dress: Why do many Jewish men sport beards and ...

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[Specifically, Leviticus 19:27 says, "Do not round the corner of your head. ... Actually, the sideburns merely have to be long enough that one can pull on the hair, ... Finally, in not rounding "the four corners" of the face, we have a comparison with the ... Otherwise, Jewish men having beards have it for other reasons,...

Shaving in Judaism - About.com

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Do Jewish men have to have beards? ... the point of the chin, and a point at the end of the cheekbone near the center of the face or it may be that there are two ...

Orthodox Jewish women

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You might wonder why do Jewish women wear skirts and no pants? ... women, they both won't expose their body parts besides their face and hands. ... and forbids women from wearing any clothing designated and designed for men. .... hats or kerchiefs generous enough to cover my mass of thick curly red hair. i also grew ...

Orthodox Jewish Culture, Lifestyle, Traditions and Customs

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Learn and get acquainted with the unique Orthodox Jewish Culture, get to know their dress style, education ... All men and boys will also have curls by their side.

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Why do Jewish men wear side curls? | Reference.com

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Many Orthodox Jewish men wear curls on the sides of their heads to be in ... in the Torah: "You shall not round off the peyos of your head" (Leviticus 19:27).

Why Do Orthodox Jews Wear Sidelocks? | Our Everyday Life

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Sidelocks are a distinguishing characteristic of Orthodox Jewish males. ... Leviticus 19:27 states, “Do not round off [the hair] at the edges of your heads. ... the hair that normally grows between the ears and the hairless portion of the face. ... Yemen and Morocco, have the custom of wearing their peyot long and tightly curled.

Jewish Men and Facial Hair: Beards, Sidelocks (Peyas) and Shaving

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The verse: “Ye shall not round the corners of your heads, neither shalt thou mar ... The Talmud describes the beard as an “adornment of the face” and implies that ... Most westernized Jews do not wear beards, including many Orthodox rabbis, ...