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About the Teitelbaum surname

Teitelbaum means "date palm" in German and Yiddish. It is likely a reference to Psalms 92:13. Some Teitelbaums that moved to Israel when the fashion was to Hebraicize one's name chose Tamari or Dikli, retaining the meaning.