n. A single, yeshivish male (see bochur) who is less culturally yeshivish than his peers.
Languages of Origin
Likely from "Harry," an English given name common among English-speaking Jews, used pejoratively to imply that the subject is less devout because he goes by an English name instead of a Hebrew or Yiddish one.
- Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)
- Yeshiva students
- North America
- South Africa
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