The titles Rebbe and Rabbi are both derived from one Hebrew word רַבִּי rabbi [ˈʁabi], which means “(my) master/teacher/mentor”, referring to teachers of Torah or leaders of Judaism. This is the way a student would address a master of Torah. It was an honorific originally given to those who had Smicha in the Pharisaic and Talmudic era. The English word rabbi (/ˈræbaɪ/) comes directly from this form. In Yiddish, the word became reb-eh (/ˈrɛbɛ/)—now commonly spelled rebbe (/ˈrɛbə/—or just reb (/ˈrɛb/). The word master רב rav [ˈʁav] literally means “great one”.
By Familjen Klasén / 2021-11-26
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