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adj. Stringent, used to imply that a person is making the most strict halachic ruling, or follows additional restrictions in his or her practice.
"The posek is really humradik. He ruled that we need separate glassware for milk and meat."
"The recent chumradike geirus policies have done more to push away yidden than the so-called kiruv has helped." (source)
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Hebrew/Aramaic חומרא 'stringency,' with Yiddish adjectival ending דיק- -dik
humradik, chumredik, chumradike
The Yiddish-type -e suffix is used when the adjective precedes the noun it modifies (attributive).
See also chumrah and machmir.
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