The knotted tassels of thread, symbolizing the 613 commandments in the Hebrew Scriptures, attached to the corners of a tallit or other garment.
An undergarment bearing these tassels, worn by men or boys. Used with a singular verb.
The fringes or tassels worn by Orthodox Jewish men, formerly on the corners of the outer garment, now on the four corners of the tallit: Deut. 22:12