marbitz Torah


marbitz Torah (MAHR-bitz TOI-ruh) listen


  • v. (With auxliary verb 'to be') to spread Torah knowledge.

  • n. One who spreads Torah knowledge.

Example Sentences

  • "The traveling rabbi is marbitz Torah all over the world."

  • "With your donation you can also be a marbitz Torah by furthering this harbotzas haTorah."

  • "I am a respected marbitz torah and mashpiah ruchani." (source)

  • "An esteemed marbitz Torah and baal chessed, Rabbi Bistritzky dedicated himself to the cause of taharah after hearing that many North American Jewish communities lack a proper kosher mikvah." (source)

  • "Following this stint, Rabbi Adler began to formally be marbitz Torah (disseminate Torah to the masses) with his weekly Parsha sheets that are distributed in many shuls and kollels in the greater Detroit Orthodox Jewish community." (source)

  • "He has been dedicated to being marbitz Torah for many years in our communities."

Languages of Origin

  • Textual Hebrew


  • מרביץ תורה marbits tora 'disseminator of Torah', or 'to disseminate Torah'

    • Who Uses This

      • Religious: Jews who are engaged in religious observance and have some Jewish education
      • Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)
      • Organizations: People involved in a professional or volunteer capacity with Jewish nonprofit organizations


      • North America
      • South Africa


      • None

      Alternative Spellings

      marbits Toyre, marbits Tora, marbits Torah

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