rabbin [rab-in] ExamplesWord Originnoun Archaic.
Origin of rabbin 1525–35; Middle French ≪ Aramaic rabbīn masters (plural of rab) Related Words for rabbin priest, teacher, master, rabbin, talmudist Examples from the Web for rabbin Historical Examples of rabbin
Such is the account of honest David Levi; it is the creed of every rabbin.
Shagarach’s father had been a rabbin or expounder of the sacred books.
W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
This rabbin was an excellent theologian; he reasoned like Dom Calmet.
Franois-Marie Arouet (AKA Voltaire)
The Rabbin had probably read only the Pentateuch, and mingled with companions of mean occupations, and meaner minds.
Cato was accustomed to the grandeur of the mistress of the universe; and the Rabbin to the littleness of a provincial town.