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is a Hebrew acronym, referring to any one of a number of rabbis:
- Yaakov ben Moshe Levi Moelin
Jacob b. Moses Moelin was a Talmudist and posek best known for his codification of the customs of the German Jews. He is also known as Maharil - the Hebrew acronym for "Our Teacher, the Rabbi, Yaakov Levi" - as well as Mahari Segal or Mahari Moelin...
, known as Maharil, Mahari Segal or Mahari Moelin
- Yehuda Leib Schneersohn
Rabbi Yehuda Leib Schneersohn of Kopys was a Ukrainian Habad Hasidic rabbi, the second son of Menachem Mendel Schneersohn, and founder and first leader of the Kapust Hasidim.-Life and career:...
(1811 - 1866), Ukrainian Hasidic rabbi, first leader of the Kapust Hasidim
- Israel Isserlin, known as Mahari Isserlin
- Jacob Weil
Jacob Weil was a German rabbi and Talmudist who flourished during the first half of the fifteenth century. Of his life no details are known, but, according to Grätz, he died before 1456. He was one of the foremost pupils of Jacob Moelin , who ordained him in the rabbinate, and authorized him to...
, known as Mahari Weil or Mahariv
- Judah ben Eliezer ha-Levi Minz
Judah ben Eliezer ha-Levi Minz , also known as Mahari Minz, was the most prominent Italian rabbi of his time. He officiated as rabbi of Padua for forty-seven years, during which time he had a great number of pupils, among whom were his son Abraham Minz, and the latter's son-in-law Meir...
, known as Mahari Mintz
- Isaac da Fonseca Aboab
Isaac Aboab was a Jewish Talmudic scholar. He was also known by the pen name Menorat ha-Maor or Menoras HaMaor, a work which he authored. He lived in Spain during the 14th century...
, known as Mahari Abuhav
may also refer to:
- Gurgen Mahari
Gurgen Mahari was an Armenian writer and poet.- Biography :In 1915 during the Armenian genocide Gurgen's family emigrated to Russia. His first book, Titanic was published in 1924...
, Armenian writer, born Gurgen Ajemian