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- In Jewish law, tumah and taharah are the state of being ritually "impure" and "pure" respectively. The Hebrew noun tum'ah (טָמְאָה) "impurity" describes...
- In the realm of tumah and taharah terminology, the term Av HaTumah (father of tumah, or simply Av) is a rabbinic term for a person or object that is in...
- in a spring, and bringing certain korbanot (sacrifices). In the realm of tumah and taharah law, the zav has the ability to create a midras and is required...
- טומאת ארץ העמים) is a rabbinic edict sti****ting a specified degree of tumah (impurity) on all lands outside the Land of Israel. The effective demarcating...
- Mishnah. It consists of three chapters. Uktzim describes the various forms of tumah having to do with fruits' and vegetables' external parts such as stems and...
- rishonim era differentiated between the tumah and taharah aspect of niddah and the issur (prohibition) aspect. The tumah and taharah component of niddah, essentially...
- Defilement may refer to: Injury to or loss of sanctity Kleśā (Buddhism) - Buddhist concept Tumah - concept of ritual defilement in Judaism...
- The word Tahor may refer to: the trade name of Atorvastatin "ritually clean" in Hebrew, as in tumah and taharah...
- " This is because the discussion does not only focus on the transfer of tumah through tents but through other coverings as well.  Singer, Isidore;...
- refer to: Clean and unclean animals, religious views on clean and unclean animals Tumah and taharah, ritual "purity" and "impurity" under Jewish law...