A round, flat head covering traditionally worn by Jewish men in religious or synagogue settings.
The word yarmulke is derived from the yiddish word yarml, meaning cap.
- The man put on his yarmulke before entering the synagogue.
- The rabbi wore a black yarmulke as part of his traditional garb.
- The young boy was given a small yarmulke to wear for his bar mitzvah ceremony.
- The custom of wearing a yarmulke dates back to ancient Jewish tradition.
- Many Jewish men choose to wear a yarmulke as a symbol of their faith and heritage.