(Spelling: m.s. Teimani, m.p. Teimanim, m.s. Netzari, m.p. Netzarim)
Because of the forced isolation in Middle East cultures, No•sakhꞋ Tei•mân•iꞋ avoided European influence and assimilation, surviving as the most pristine modern remnant of the Biblical culture and tradition from Har Sin•aiꞋ.
Thus, No•sakhꞋ Tei•mân•iꞋ is the paradigm to which Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ refer when seeking to fill in a pre-Ta•lᵊmudꞋ blank in Ha•lâkh•âhꞋ not specifically covered by RibꞋi Yᵊho•shuꞋa in The Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ Reconstruction of Hebrew Ma•ti•tᵊyâhꞋu (NHM).
Other than this, however, there is no formal relationship beyond being fellow moderate Orthodox Jews who are closer to the practice of Har Sin•aiꞋ than any of the other Talmudic (i.e., 5th C.E.) traditions. Nevertheless, however, just as the rest of the universe obeys the Logic of י‑‑ה (mathematical laws of science), so, too, even the Ha•lâkh•âhꞋ of the Tei•mân•iꞋ are subordinate to the same Logic of י‑‑ה.