Definition of Haftarot
1. haftarah [n] - See also: haftarah
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Literary usage of Haftarot
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Reform Movement in Judaism by David Philipson (1907)
"... and that the Commission on Liturgy make a new selection of haftarot agreeably to the Torah readings arranged for the triennial cycle, in which selection ..."
2. The Story of Bible Translations by Max Leopold Margolis (1917)
"The edition in which the latter was printed (Constantinople 1547) contains the Pentateuch together with the haftarot (Prophetical lessons) and the Five ..."
3. Astronomy in the Iberian Peninsula: Abraham Zacut and the Transition from by José Chabás, Bernard R. Goldstein (2000)
"Tables of the festivals, parshiyot [weekly portions of the Pentateuch], haftarot [weekly portions from the Prophets], and the mean new moon (molad ..."
4. The Holy Scriptures According to the Masoretic Text by Jewish Publication Society of America, Max Leopold Margolis (1917)
"... as haftarot. Readings from the third portion of the Bible, though customary at one time, have now largely fallen into disuse. The five small books known ..."