Nasi

Nasi

Nāśī’ (נָשִׂיא) is a Hebrew title meaning prince in Biblical Hebrew, Prince (of the Sanhedrin) in Mishnaic Hebrew, or president in Modern Hebrew.

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Siomay - See Also
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Steamed Rice - Use in Dishes
... In Indonesia, leftover steamed rice is used to make nasi goreng for breakfast in the morning ...
Tumpeng - External Links
... (Indonesian) Resep Nasi Tumpeng ((id)) Tips Nasi Tumpeng dari Nasi Kentjana Online (English) Nasi Tumpeng - Its Meaning and Function ...
Nasi - Titles
... Rabban was a higher title than rabbi and was given to the nasi starting with Gamaliel the Elder ... Rabbi Eleazar ben Azariah, who was nasi between 118 and 120, was not given the title rabban, perhaps because he only occupied the office of nasi for a short while ... with Rabbi Judah I haNasi (born 135 ), not even the nasi was given the title rabban ...
Nasi Campur
... Nasi campur, (Indonesian "mixed rice", also called nasi rames), referring to a dish of rice topped with various meats, vegetables, peanuts, eggs and fried-shrimp ... Depending on which areas it originate, a nasi campur vendor can several different side dishes, including vegetables, fish and meats ...