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dybbuk

  
  (Hebrew)  
      n   pl   , -buks, -bukkim     (Hebrew)     (Judaism)   (in the folklore of the cabala) the soul of a dead sinner that has transmigrated into the body of a living person  
     (from Yiddish dibbuk devil, from Hebrew dibbuq; related to dabhaq to hang on, cling)  
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dibbuk, Dy, Dyak, dB

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