Definition of Rabbinic. Meaning of Rabbinic. Synonyms of Rabbinic

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Definition of Rabbinic

Rabbinic
Rabbinic Rab*bin"ic, Rabbinical Rab*bin"ic*al, a. [Cf. F. rabbinique.] Of or pertaining to the rabbins, or pertaining to be opinions, learning, or language of the rabbins. ``Comments staler than rabbinic.' --Lowell. We will not buy your rabbinical fumes. --Milton.
Rabbinic
Rabbinic Rab*bin"ic, n. The language or dialect of the rabbins; the later Hebrew.

Meaning of Rabbinic from wikipedia

- nor the rabbinic procedures used to interpret Jewish scripture. Although there are now profound differences among Jewish denominations of Rabbinic Judaism...
- Rabbinic literature, in its broadest sense, can mean the entire spectrum of rabbinic writings throughout Jewish history. However, the term often refers...
- a number of additional laws, which are known as rabbinic laws (mitzvot derabbanan). Types of rabbinic laws include the takkanah and the gezeirah. Medieval...
- Torah?" The Rabbi responds "No, I do not deny it." Allusions in Jewish rabbinic literature to Isaiah contain various expansions, elaborations and inferences...
- and rabbinic codes. Laws of human origin, including rabbinic decrees, interpretations, customs, etc. This division between revealed and rabbinic commandments...
- Bible) and Rabbinic literature Mesorah Targum Jewish Biblical exegesis (also see Midrash below) Works of the Talmudic Era (cl****ic rabbinic literature)...
- [Jeremiah 43:1–13] There is no authentic record of his death. In Jewish rabbinic literature, especially the aggadah, Jeremiah and Moses are often mentioned...
- Dudael is reminiscent of the rabbinic terminology used for the designation of the ravine of the scapegoat in later rabbinic interpretations of the Yom Kippur...
- granddaughter, and thus "sister" can be used regarding a niece. The fifth-century rabbinic midrash Genesis Rabbah dedicates a large amount of attention to Sarah in...
- Following is an incomplete list of Jewish rabbinical schools, organized by denomination. For general discussion of Rabbinic ordination, see Semikhah #Concept...
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