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Apr 9, 2021

[Answer] Peyos, or curly sidelocks, are often worn by people of what culture?

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...Peyos, also called peyot among other variant spellings, are more than a hairstyle. Typically worn by Orthodox Jewish men, peyos follow a part of the Torah that forbids cutting hair on the sides of a man’s head, according to rules given to the sons of Aaron. However, depending on their culture and beliefs, some men do trim their sidelocks.




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Orthodox Jewish:


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