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  1. Takree
    Diaspora: a group of people who live outside the area in which they had lived for a long time or in which their ancestors lived —usually singular. Synonyms: emigration, evacuation, exodus Antonyms: coming, approach, entrance.
  2. Gardaramar
    Apr 08,  · Diaspora Diaspora Jewry is the collective name for the Jewish communities outside of the Land of Israel. Historically, these communities go back to .
  3. Dut
    Diaspora, (Greek: “Dispersion”) Hebrew Galut (Exile), the dispersion of Jews among the Gentiles after the Babylonian Exile or the aggregate of Jews or Jewish communities scattered “in exile” outside Palestine or present-day Israel.
  4. Dami
    The Beginnings of the Word Diaspora Until recently diaspora was thought to be a fairly new word in English to describe a very old thing (its first, and principal, meaning relates to the settling of the Jewish people outside of Palestine after the Babylonian exile thousands of years ago).
  5. Gusida
    diaspora* pioneered the concept of aspects, which means you can organise your contacts according to their role in your life. This means you can share something just with family members or work colleagues, knowing that no one you don’t want to will be able to see what you post. Find out more».
  6. Samukree
    1 day ago · Dayan, who was born and raised in a Zionist family in Buenos Aires, said he is not worried about tomorrow’s headline about this or that crisis in Diaspora relations. “There are crises, that.
  7. Nemuro
    Aug 18,  · Abstract As the use of ‘diaspora’ has proliferated in the last decade, its meaning has been stretched in various directions.
  8. Mot
    n. 1. The dispersion of Jews outside of Israel from the sixth century bc, when they were exiled to Babylonia, until the present time. 2. often diaspora The body of Jews or Jewish communities outside Palestine or modern Israel.
  9. Jugis
    Aug 06,  · singular noun People who come from a particular nation, or whose ancestors came from it, but who now live in many different parts of the world are sometimes referred to as the diaspora.

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