Definition of Haftarahs

1. haftarah [n] - See also: haftarah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Haftarahs

hafflins
haffs
hafis
hafiz
hafizes
haflis
hafnate
hafnia
hafnian
hafnium
hafniums
hafnon
haft
hafta
haftara
haftarahs (current term)
haftaras
haftarot
haftaroth
hafted
hafter
hafters
hafting
haftorahs
haftoros
haftorot
haftoroth
hafts
hafussi bath

Literary usage of Haftarahs

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1. Literary Remains of the Late Emanuel Deutsch: With a Brief Memoir by Emanuel Deutsch (1874)
"... existed to the haftarahs, which had at one time been translated perhaps, like the portion from the Law, in public; but we have seen that entire books, ..."

2. Euphemistic Liturgical Appendixes in the Old Testament by Karl Josef Grimm (1901)
"The present annual cycle of the haftarahs is of Babylonian origin. The earlier Palestinian system was a triennial cycle corresponding to the triennial cycle ..."

3. The Book of Delight, and Other Papers by Israel Abrahams (1912)
"Hence one finds in libraries so many parchment scrolls containing only the haftarahs. The Hebrew word for letter ..."

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