Lubavitcher[lo̵̅o̅ bäv′ə c̸hər, lo̵̅o̅′bə vic̸h′ər]
Lubavitcher definition by Webster's New World
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a member of a Hasidic group () that emphasizes outreach services directed at nonobservant and unaffiliated Jews
Origin: from Lubavitch, town in Belorussia where the group's headquarters was moved in 1820
Lubavitcher definition by American Heritage Dictionary
A member of a Hasidic community founded in Russia in the late 18th century that stresses the importance of religious study.
Origin: Yiddish Libavitsher, from Libavitsh, Jewish town in Russia where the movement originated.
- Lu·baˈvitch·er adjective