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The 1901 Jewish Encyclopedia

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Ḥayyim ha-Levi Ḥayyim Ibn Musa Ḥayyim Jacob ben Jacob David Ḥayyim Jacob ben Judah Löb Slutzki Ḥayyim Lisker Ḥayyim Mal'ak Ḥayyim Marini Ḥayyim of Falaise (Ḥayyim Paltiel?) Ḥayyim of Hameln Ḥayyim Samuel Falk Ḥayyim Shabbethai Ḥayyim Vital Ḥayyim Zanger Ḥayyim, Aaron Ibn Ḥayyim, Abigdor Ḥayyim, Abraham Ḥayyim, Abraham ben Judah Ibn Ḥayyim, Abraham Israel Ḥayyim, Elijah Ibn Ḥayyon, Gedaliah Ḥayyon, Moses B. Aaron Ḥayyuj, Judah B. David (Abu Zakariyya Yaḧya Ibn Daud) Ḥayyun, Aaron ben David Ḥayyun, Abraham ben Nissim Ḥayyun, Nehemiah Ḥiyya ben Moses Ḥayyut, Isaac ben Jacob Ḥayyut, Menahem (Manesh, Manus, Manish, Mannusch) B. Isaac Ḥazaḳ, Jacob Raphael Hezekiah Ḥazaḳah Ḥazḳuni, Abraham ben Hezekiah Ḥazḳuni, Hezekiah Ḥaẓot Ḥazzan Ḥazzan, Abraham ben Judah Ḥazzan, Eleazar Ha Ḥazzan, Hazan Ḥazzanut Ḳabbalah Ḳabiṣi, Abraham al Ḳaddish Ḳahal Ḳala'i, Baruch ben Solomon Ḳala'i, Mordecai B. Solomon Ḳala'i, Samuel ben Joseph Ḳala'i, Samuel ben Moses Ḳalir, Eleazar Ḳamḥi Ḳamẓa Ḳanah Abigdor Ḳanna'im Ḳara, Abigdor ben Isaac Ḳara, Abraham ben Abigdor Ḳara, Joseph ben Simeon Ḳara, Menahem ben Jacob Ḳara, Simeon Ḳarmion (Ḳirmion) Ḳasmunah Ḳaṭṭina Ḳayyara, Simeon Ṣadaḳah ben Abu al-Faraj Munajja Ṭa'amim Ṭabi Ṭaharah Ṭaiṭazaḳ Ṭal Ṭallit Ṭarfon Ṭawwah, Abraham ben Jacob Ibn Ṭayyib Ẓaddiḳ Ẓadduḳim Ẓahalon Ẓara'at Ẓarfati Ẓarfati, Ẓarefati

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