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Maggid shiur

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Maggid shiur

The term Maggid Shiur literarly translates from Hebrew to mean "sayer of Shiur". This term is used to refer to the Rabbi that lectures in a Yeshiva or Kollel. A Maggid Shiur is generally a Rabbi who lectures on advanced and in-depth Talmudic studies. [1] The stature of a Maggid Shiur is generally a much sought after position by the typical Yeshiva student. The position of Maggid Shiur is usually obtained by those well versed in the Talmud.


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