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A wimpel (Yiddish: ווימפל‎, from German, "cloth," derived from Old German, bewimfen, meaning "to cover up" or "conceal") is a long, linen sash used as a binding for the Sefer Torah by Jews of Germanic (Yekke) origin. It is made from the cloth used to swaddle a baby boy at his bris milah, uniting the communal world of the synagogue with the individual's own life cycle. This custom is still observed today by most members of the German community. It is an extremely joyous occasion, and its main purpose is to instill a love and enthusiasm for shul and Judaism within the child.

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  • Eine Mappa (Pl. Mappot) oder Torawimpel ist ein Stoffband, das um die Torarolle gewickelt wird.
  • La mappa (pl. mappot) est une bande de tissu utilisée pour attacher et maintenir fermé le rouleau de Torah. Elle est la plupart du temps confectionnée après la circoncision (Brit Milah) d'un enfant juif dans les communautés ashkénazes . Cette tradition est attestée dans plusieurs régions d'Allemagne, en Alsace et en Europe centrale.
  • La wimpel (ebraico: ווימפל, dal tedesco, "panno", derivato dal tedesco antico, bewimfen, che significa "coprire" o "celare" è una fascia lunga di lino usata per legare la pergamena del Sefer Torah dagli ebrei aschenaziti di origine tedesca (Yekke. È fatta dello stesso panno usato per fasciare i neonati alla cerimonia di brit milah, simbolicamente unendo il mondo comunitario della sinagoga con il ciclo vitale della persona.
  • A wimpel (Yiddish: ווימפל‎, from German, "cloth," derived from Old German, bewimfen, meaning "to cover up" or "conceal") is a long, linen sash used as a binding for the Sefer Torah by Jews of Germanic (Yekke) origin. It is made from the cloth used to swaddle a baby boy at his bris milah, uniting the communal world of the synagogue with the individual's own life cycle. This custom is still observed today by most members of the German community. It is an extremely joyous occasion, and its main purpose is to instill a love and enthusiasm for shul and Judaism within the child.
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  • Eine Mappa (Pl. Mappot) oder Torawimpel ist ein Stoffband, das um die Torarolle gewickelt wird.
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