rabbinism







rabbinism


rabbinism [rab-uh-niz-uh m] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. the beliefs, practices, and precepts of the rabbis of the Talmudic period.

Origin of rabbinism First recorded in 1645–55; rabbin + -ism Examples from the Web for rabbinism Historical Examples of rabbinism

  • The abuse of Rabbinism has, as will be seen, a twofold source.

    Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography.

    Solomon Maimon

  • Rabbinism had long been scenting a dangerous enemy in Hasidism.

    History of the Jews in Russia and Poland, Volume I (of 3)

    S. M. Dubnow

  • As a champion of Rabbinism, then, Saadiah was called to Sura.

    Chapters on Jewish Literature

    Israel Abrahams

  • Naturally they did not advance in culture, being hindered and persecuted by Rabbinism, and even more so by Neo-Chassidism.

    History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)

    Heinrich Graetz

  • “The Pale” is a gigantic ghetto where the oldest form of rabbinism prevails to this day.

    Zionism and Anti-Semitism

    Max Simon Nordau

  • British Dictionary definitions for rabbinism rabbinism noun

    1. the teachings and traditions of the rabbis of the Talmudic period

    Derived Formsrabbinist, noun, adjectiverabbinistic, adjective

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