dybbuk definition

  • noun:
    • In Jewish folklore, the wandering heart of a-dead person that goes into the body of a full time income individual and manages his / her behavior.
    • A malicious possessing nature, believed to be the dislocated heart of a-dead person.
    • the wandering heart of a dead person, or a demon, that goes into the human body of a living person and controls that human body's behavior. It may be exorcised by spiritual rites.
    • (Jewish folklore) a demon that enters the body of a living person and controls that body's behavior
    • In Jewish folklore, the wandering heart of a-dead individual that gets in your body of a full time income individual and controls his / her behavior.
    • A malicious possessing character, thought to be the dislocated heart of a dead individual.
    • the wandering soul of a-dead individual, or a demon, that enters the body of a living person and manages that system's behavior. It might be exorcised by spiritual rites.
    • (Jewish folklore) a demon that comes into the body of a full time income individual and manages that system's behavior

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