If the boy is Orthodox, he starts wearing a yarmulke after birth.
The proper way to wear a yarmulke is to wear it on the Sabbath, Shabbat, or when in Shul. One should wear a yarmulke whenever everyone else is wearing one.
I am not sure if a yarmulke should be dry-cleaned. Even the Pope wears a yarmulke!
Yarmulke is Yiddish. Kippah is Hebrew.
Yes. A yarmulke is just a small hat. Jewish men must always keep their head covered, but it doesn't necessarily have to be a yarmulke. Non-Jews sometimes wear a yarmulke out of respect if attending a Jewish ceremony or event. Other religions use them... the Pope wears a yarmulke, and some Muslim hats are the same as yarmulke.
Its earliest mention is from Talmudic quotes 1800 years ago, though the practice itself dates back further.
A yarmulkeSecond AnswerSome Jews believe that all Jews should always keep their heads covered, wearing a hat or yarmulke.But not all agree. I have known Jewish nudists. There is nothing that everyone agrees that all Jews are required to wear.
The traditional Jewish knit cap is a yarmulke, also known as a kippah.
Yarmulke is skull cap in Yiddish. It is also known as a Kippah in Hebrew.
Yarmulke is a small round hat Jewish men wear to go into a synagogue.
Not that I know of.
They didn't. The yarmulke is a Jewish garment that goes back to before the Romans.
"Wearing thing" 'Mono' meaning thing, ki meaning 'to wear'.
The Pope wears a zucchetto, while the rabbi wears a yarmulke. They may be indistinguishable hats, but the names are different.
A yarmulke is simply a skull cap in Yiddish. It is the same in the Middle East as it is in other parts of the world.
the meaning of it is .... ... ... ... THE OLIVE IS NAKED IT'S WEARING NO CLOTHES