Definition of Toroth

1. torah [n] - See also: torah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Toroth

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toroth (current term)
torous
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Literary usage of Toroth

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Popular and Critical Bible Encyclopædia and Scriptural Dictionary, Fully by Samuel Fallows, Andrew Constantinides Zenos, Herbert Lockwood Willett (1910)
"In that early day, the judges who aided Moses were also teachers, hence he may have issued the toroth or teaching texts to the judge and to the Levite. ..."

2. Seminary Addresses and Other Papers by Solomon Schechter (1915)
"Seminaries can teach ordinances and laws or better, as the original Hebrew has it, "toroth," a term comprehensive of all Jewish thought, whether deposited ..."

3. The Early Religion of Israel as Set Forth by Biblical Writers and Modern by James Robertson (1892)
"The priests, we are told, like the prophets, gave forth their toroth or ... Whatever became of the concrete toroth on those subjects, we are assured that ..."

4. The Genesis of Genesis by Benjamin Wisner Bacon (1891)
"Here and there he has ancient historical material of his own, but his richest sources are of course the priestly toroth. In the first half of the eighth ..."

5. Some Aspects of Rabbinic Theology by Solomon Schechter (1909)
"Hence, the Rabbis proceed to say, Asaph's exclamation in Ps. 78, " Give ear, O my people, to my toroth." 4 Note, in 1 See Tan., B. 2 87 a (§8), ..."

6. The Early Religion of Israel: As Set Forth by Biblical Writers and by Modern by James Robertson (1892)
"The priests, we are told, like the prophets, gave forth their toroth or ... Whatever became of the concrete toroth on those subjects, we are assured that ..."

7. The Early Religion of Israel: As Set Forth by Biblical Writers and by Modern by James Robertson (1893)
"The priests, we are told, like the prophets, gave forth their toroth or ... Whatever became of the concrete toroth on those subjects, we are assured that ..."

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