Definition of Eruvin
1. eruv [n] - See also: eruv
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Literary usage of Eruvin
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1850)
"Dr. Maitland a valuable little volume of essays, entitled eruvin; ... eruvin, we may inform our less learned readers, is the title of one of the Treatises ..."
2. Jerusalem and Tiberias: Sora and Cordova: a Survey of the Religious and by John Wesley Etheridge (1856)
"... and eruvin translated by Dr. Wotton; (London, 1718;) the Avoth, in the Jewish prayer-book, and % Mr. R. Young, Edinburgh (sine anno); and, recently, ..."
3. Ordo Sæclorum: A Treatise on the Chronology of the Holy Scriptures: and the by Henry Browne (1844)
"Maitland's Tracts on Prophecy, and the " Essays of eruvin. ... In the following remarkable passage of S. Justin Martyr, " eruvin" cogently argues that the ..."
4. The Old Manorial Halls of Westmorland & Cumberland by Michael Waistell Taylor (1892)
"The successors of eruvin the priest as usual took their name from the place. The earliest mention of the de Beth- ams is in the reign of King John when the ..."