Glossary of Kabbalah and Chassidut – Letter "I"

And Other Hebrew Words from the Website


Imma ("Mother"):
Imma is the partzuf of binah
For further explanation see Olam Ha'Atzilut–Imma.
Imma Ila'ah (the higher mother):
Imma Ila'ah is the higher of the two primary partzufim which develop from the sefirah of binah.
For further explanation see Olam Ha'Atzilut–Imma Ila'ah.
In velt, oys velt ("In the world, outside the world"):
In velt, oys velt is a Yiddish phrase conveying the Chassidic ideal of being grounded on the physical plane of reality while simultaneously maintaining a spiritual consciousness which transcends the confines of the material realm.
Israel is an additional name given the patriarch Jacob and, by extension, the entire Jewish People.
An Israelite is a Jew who is neither a Kohen (priest) nor a Levi (Levite).
Iyar is the second of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar.
For further explanation see "Living With the Times"–The Month of Iyar. Also see the Hebrew Months.

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