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Definition of Masorite

Masorite
Masorite Mas"o*rite, n. One of the writers of the Masora.

Meaning of Masorite from wikipedia

- The Masoretes (Hebrew: בעלי המסורה‬ Ba'alei ha-Masora) were groups of Jewish scribe-scholars who worked between the 6th and 10th centuries CE, based primarily...
- in one direction, was pursued with rare energy and ****verance by the Masorites, who set themselves to preserving and transmitting the pronunciation and...
- century, the Masorite Phinehas, called also Rosh Yeshiva ("Head of the Academy"), and Asher the Great, forefather of five generations of Masorites (Nehemiah...
- preserved in the Hebrew Masoretic edition, where letters were counted by the Masorites to ensure that the scripture remained accurate and free from corruption...
- Karaites maintain the vowels of the text have been preserved by the Masorites who themselves were Karaites. Shabbat laws: With the severity of Sabbath...
- between the Talmudists and the Masorah. The value of his activity as a Masorite was recognized even by Elijah Levita, who, however, often finds fault with...
- Accents, disputed the idea that the vowel points were invented by the Masorites, and claimed that Hebrew authorities removed the vowel points because...
- of ch. ix. being of early date. This portion was undoubtedly added by Masorites of Tiberias; and the main portion of the modern Masorah, which also contains...
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- Rabbah. Of the post-Talmudic authors, he mentions (besides the Geonim and Masorites) Ibn Janah, Nathan ben Jehiel (under the designation of "the author of...
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