Psychologically: One understands rabbi (Jewish priests) generally in terms of Jew and often still the symbolic salary of the monk or guru must be considered. Often he is also looked as a token by salesmanship and craftiness or warns about √úbervorteilung, - such traditional interpretations are based on prejudices which keep themselves stubborn, however. Popular: (arab).: What you have taken, one wants to demand of you. (An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth.) (European ones).: see or with him operate: meant for a Jew Fortgang in the business, good income, luck, - for a non-Jew: Warning before an exploitation or slander. (ind).: with him speak: in shops you will have a good progress. (See also guru, Jew, 'monk')