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  1. tichelnoun

    a headscarf worn by married Jewish women in compliance with the code of modesty known as tzeniut.

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  1. tichel

    According to halacha (Jewish law), married Jewish women are expected to cover their hair when in the presence of men other than their husband or close family members. Such covering is common practice nowadays among Orthodox Jewish women. Different kinds of head coverings are used, among them the mitpaḥat or tichel (headscarf), shpitzel, snood, hat, beret, and sheitel (wig). The most common head coverings in the Haredi community are headscarves in the form of the tichel and snood, though some wear hats, berets or sheitels; the tichel and snood remain the historic and universally accepted rabbinical standard for observant Jewish women. The headscarves can be tied in a number of ways, depending on how casually the wearer is dressed. Covering the hair is part of the modesty-related dress standard called tzniut.

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  1. Tichel

    The tichel, also called a mitpachat, is a headscarf worn by married Jewish women in compliance with the code of modesty known as tzniut. Tichels can range from a very simple plain color cotton square with a simple tie in the back to very elaborate fabrics with very complex ties using multiple fabrics. As with any other form of clothing, it serves as fashion as well as its function of modesty.

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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of tichel in Chaldean Numerology is: 3

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of tichel in Pythagorean Numerology is: 3


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