Meaning of dayan*
Pronunciation: (Seph.dä-yän' Ashk. dä-yôn'), [key]
— pl. da•ya•nim
- a judge in a Jewish religious court.
- a person knowledgeable in Talmudic law whose advice on religious questions is often sought by rabbis.
Pronunciation: (dä-yän'), [key]
- 1915–81, Israeli politician and military leader: defense minister 1967–74, foreign minister 1977–79.