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S. Levy, M.A.

Rabbi, London, England.

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HAMBURGER, MORDECAI – English communal leader; born in Hamburg about 1660; died in London about 1730; founder of the Hambro' Synagogue. He was a son of R. Moses ben Löb, one of the founders of the Altona community. He married Fradche, the daughter of...
HOGA, STANISLAUS – English convert to Christianity; lived in London in the nineteenth century. He published "Songs of Zion," a selection of English and German hymns translated into Hebrew (1834; 2d ed., with additions, 1842). Hoga also wrote, in...
ḲIMḤI – Name of a family of scholars, the earliest known members of which lived at the end of the eleventh and in the twelfth century. The name was so common that it was used by R. Michael in his "Seder ha-Geṭ" as a paradigm word. It is...