Definition of Talmudic. Meaning of Talmudic. Synonyms of Talmudic

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Definition of Talmudic

Talmudic Tal*mud"ic, Talmudical Tal*mud"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. talmudique.] Of or pertaining to the Talmud; contained in the Talmud; as, Talmudic Greek; Talmudical phrases. --Lightfoot.

Meaning of Talmudic from wikipedia

- the talmud in later centuries, focus partially shifted from direct talmudic interpretation to the analysis of previously written talmudic
- two talmuds were compiled, babylonian talmud (to which the term ' il/dl/talmud/ online treasury of talmudic m****cripts, jewish national
- rabanit' – יהדות רבנית) has been the mainstream form of judaism since the 6th century ce, after the codification of the babylonian talmud .
- the hebrew term pilpul (hebrew : פלפול , from 'pepper,' loosely meaning 'sharp analysis') refers to a method of studying the talmud
- talmudic law is the law that is derived from the talmud based on the teachings of the talmudic sages. it is an instance of chthonic law .
- the talmudic academies in babylonia, also known as the geonic academies, were the compilation of the babylonian talmud , started by rav
- talmudic academy can refer to: a yeshiva talmudic academies in babylonia talmudic academies in the land of israel
- biblical and talmudic units of measurement, such as the omer , used as in later judaic scripture, such as the mishnah and talmud .
- the jewish talmudic calendar is a lunisolar calendar using tishri-years , observed calendar was during the time of the writing of talmud (c.
- the talmudic academies in the syria palaestina were yeshivot that served as world jewry, including the creation of the palestinian talmud .