Likkutei Sichos Dictionary
The following sites have Yiddish dictionaries1
Harkavy Yiddish Dictionary Yiddish Dictionary online Jastrow Talmud Dictionary Google Translate Yiddish-Hebrew Dictionary Yiddish words in Likkutei Sichos
Adam Kadmon: Primordial Man
Abba (Father): Abba is the general partzuf of chochmah ("wisdom"), the first conscious power in the soul.
Abraham: The first Jew and first of the three Patriarchs Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob.
Acharon shel Pesach: The Last Day of Pesach.
Acharonim: Halachic authorities of the period since the publication of the Shulchan Aruch in the sixteenth century. Adam Kadmon is the first partzuf.
Adar: the twelfth of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar.
Admor: Hebrew initials for Adonenu Morenu VeRabenu (Our master, Our teacher our Rabbi). This is a title commonly used with Chassidic Rebbes.
Adnut: Adnut is a Holy Name of G-d.
Afula: A town in north-central Israel.
Aggados; aggad'ta: Non-legal teachings on the non-literal level of interpretation known as derush.
Ahavah ("love"): A spiritual state associated with the sefirah of chesed.
Ahavas HaShem: Loving G-d.
Ahavas HaTorah: Loving the Torah.
Ahavas Yisrael: Loving a fellow Jew.
Akeida: lit. 'binding' Refers to the binding of Yitzchok on the alter.
Akudim: ("bound," "striped") the first stage in the development of the world of Atzilut.
Akvah: Akvah is a Holy Name of G-d.
Al Kiddish HaShem: Heb. for the sanctification of HaShem. refers to someone who is killed for being a Jew.
Al-bam: Al-bam is a method of alphabetic transformation.
Alef: the 1st letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
Alef-beit: The Hebrew Alphabet consists of twenty-two letters
Aliyah: (pl., aliyos; lit., "ascent") the honor of being called upon for the public Reading of the Torah
Alma d'isgalya: the world of revelation'; (Aramaic) The spiritual realm in which Divinity is revealed.
Alma d'iskasya: the world of concealment'; (Aramaic) The spiritual realm in which Divinity is concealed.
Alsheich: Jewish Biblical commentator Rabbi Moshe Al Sheich
Alter Rebbe: Rabbi Shneur Zalman of Liadi of blessed memory, the first Rebbe of the Chabad Chassidic movement, also known as the Baal HaTanya, the author of the Tanya
Am HaAretz: 'people of the land' and refers to those who are ignorant of the Torah.
Amidah: (The "Standing" prayer) The center core and highest point of every prayer service.
Amora(Amoraim): Rabbis of the post Mishnahaic period.
Amorah: Biblical city filled with wicked people
Anash: Lit., “the people with whom we are at peace”; this term is used to refer to other members of one’s Chassidic community
Anavah: ("humility") Unpretensciousness; the third of the four stages in the nullification of the ego
Apikores: Heretic pl. Apikorsim
Aramaic: The language in which the Talmud is written.
Ari or Arizal: Rabbi Isaac Luria 1534-1572, whose teachings form the core of Kabbalistic doctrine and the basis for understanding the Zohar. Hebrew initials of the words Adoni Rabbenu Yitzchok
Arich Anpin: ("The Long Face" or "The Infinitely Patient One") Arich Anpin is the external partzuf of keter.
Arvit: The evening prayer, also known as Maariv, established by Yaakov Avinu
Ashrei: A prayer recited three times a day, consisting of Psalm 145 preceded by two other verses beginning with the word Ashrei and one additional concluding verse.
Ashuritic script: The sacred Hebrew script used in the ritual writing of Torah scrolls as well as Tefilin and mezuzah parchments.
Asiyah: (Olam Ha'Asiyah The World of Actionlowest of the four worlds of Creation. 2. Making' the lowest of the Four Worlds.
At-bach: a method of alphabetic transformation.
At-bash: a method of alphabetic transformation.
Atik Yomin: ("The Ancient of Days") Atik Yomin is the inner partzuf of keter,
Atika Kadisha: ("The Holy Ancient of One" Aramaic) a synonym for Atik Yomin; or keter in general.
Atzilut: ("Emanation") Atzilut is the first and highest of the four worlds of Creation.
Atzmut: (G-d's Absolute Essence)
Av: The fifth of the twelve months of the Jewish calendar.
Avodah: lit.,:work' or:service'. Divine service, (in Torah usage) particularly through prayer and (in Chassidic usage) through the labor of self-refinement.
Avodas HaTefillah: lit. “the service of prayer,” prayer at length accompanied by lengthy meditation on Chassidic concepts
Avraham Aveinu: Our father Abraham
Ayin:(Hebrew letter) the 16th letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
Ayin: Nothingness, spirituality from the perpective of physicality. See Yesh
1) There is a Sichos dictionary by Zalman Goldstein.