Tzerit is a Hebrew name that means “untilled land” or “wilderness”. It is derived from the Hebrew word “tzar”, which means “narrow or cramped”. In the Torah, Tzerit is used to describe wild, uncultivated land that has not yet been developed. It is also used as a metaphor for Israel’s spiritual state when it turned away from God and worshipped idols. Tzerit has become a popular name in Jewish culture as a symbol of the transformative power of nature and the wilderness.


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Ivriah, Mirkado, Raamya, Romi, Shatel

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