Origin of tzaddik
(plural tzaddiks or tzaddikim)
From Hebrew ×¦Ö·×“Ö´Ö¼×™×§ (tsadÃk, “righteous person"). Many pronunciations and spellings have come under the influence of Yiddish ×¦×“×™×§ (tsadek) or German Zaddik.
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