Perelmann, Jerohman Judah Leib ben Solomon Zalman
PERELMANN, JEROHMAN JUDAH LEIB BEN SOLOMON ZALMAN
PERELMANN, JEROHMAN JUDAH LEIB BEN SOLOMON ZALMAN (1835–1896), Lithuanian talmudist known as Ha-Gadol mi-Minsk ("the great scholar of Minsk"). Perelmann was born in Brest-Litovsk (Brisk), and in his youth he studied in Kovno at the yeshivah of Israel *Lipkin of Salant, where he was renowned as the "Brisk prodigy." In 1865 he was appointed rabbi of Seltso, in 1875 of Pruzhany, and in 1883 of Minsk, where he served until his death. He was one of the rabbis who supported the Ḥovevei Zion movement. His responsum about this matter was published in Sinai (6 (1940), 210–21). His Or Gadol (1924), consisting of responsa and studies mostly on Even ha-Ezer, together with a small portion on Oraḥ Ḥayyim and Yoreh De'ah, was published by his son Isaiah together with notes, glosses, and novellae. His Or Gadol ve-Yitron ha-Or, notes and novellae on the Mishnah, was published in the Romm Vilna edition of the Mishnah.
B. Eisenstadt, Rabbanei Minsk (1898), 34, 62f.; D. Katz, Tenu'at ha-Musar, 2 (1959), 449–52; Yahadut Lita, 1 (1960), index; 3 (1967), 80f.; Habermann, in; Aresheth, 3 (1961), 135.
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