Adani
Original name in latin Adani
Name in other language
State code NG
Continent/City Africa/Lagos
longitude 6.73971
latitude 7.01117
altitude 59
Population 6161
Date 2011-08-23

Cities with a population over 1000 database. 2013.

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  • ADANI, SAADIAH BEN DAVID — (Saʿid ibn Daud, known also as al Yamanī al Rabbānī; 15th century), talmudist. Adani lived in Damascus, Aleppo, and Safed. His works, written in Judeo Arabic, deal with subjects studied in the Yemenite communities: Midrash, halakhah, and lunar… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ADANI, SAMUEL BEN JOSEPH — (Yeshua; 1863–?), author. Adani s grandfather, R. Yeshua, was the head of the Jewish rabbinical court in Aden and his mother s grandfather, R. Shilo, was a member of it. In 1878 he married the granddaughter of Menaḥem Mansur, then head of the… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ADANI, DAVID BEN AMRAM — (13th or 14th century), Yemenite rabbi and scholar. An ancient source calls him David b. Amram, the nagid from the city of Aden. It is not clear whether the title referred to David or his father. nagid , however, was a title borne by the leader… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • ADANI, MIZRAḤI SHALOM — (second half of 19th century), kabbalist and scholar. The appellation Mizraḥi was given to Adani because of his eastern Yemenite origin. In manhood he immigrated to Jerusalem where he joined the kabbalistic circle of the bet ha midrash Bet El. He …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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