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Abraham Neuda

Abraham Neuda

Abraham Neuda (1812, Loštice – 22 February 1854, Loštice) was an Austrian rabbi. He was the son of Rabbi Aaron Neuda of Loštice, and the nephew of Rabbi Jacob Neuda of Lobnig (Lomnice), Moravia. In 1830 he entered the Talmudic school at Mikulov, at whose head was Landesrabbiner Nehemiah Trebitsch. While he was at Mikulov his father died (1834), and the community of Loštice elected Abraham as his successor. Abraham Neuda wrote the following works: Eine Auswahl Gottesdienstlicher Vorträge, Gehalten in der Synagoge zu Loschitz (Vienna, 1845); Die Nächstenliebe im Lichte der Gotteslehre, sermon preached on the first day of Passover, 1847 (ib. 1847); Namen der Talmudisten (in "Orient, Lit." 1845, Nos. 9 et seq.). He left in manuscript: Die Namen der Farben in Bibel und Talmud; Versuch einer Psychologie nach Anschauung des Talmuds; and Eine Gesch. der Juden in Mähren, extracts from which appeared in Neuzeit (Vienna, 1867). He was married to Fanny Schmiedl who recorded several of his prayers in her collection of teḥinot, Stunden der Andacht, published in 1855, and dedicated to his memory.

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Gebet für den Landesfürsten | Prayer for the sovereign (Emperor Franz Joseph Ⅰ), a teḥinah by Abraham Neuda (1855)

Contributed on: 23 Feb 2022 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Fanny Schmiedl-Neuda | Abraham Neuda |

“Gebet für den Landesfürsten” by Abraham Neuda was first published in the collection of teḥinot otherwise authored by his wife, Fanny Schmiedl Neuda, Stunden der Andacht. ein Gebet⸗ und Erbauungs-buch für Israels Frauen und Jungfrauen (1855), pp. 22-23. In the 1864 Judeo-German edition, it is found on pp. 28-29. . . .



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