Definition of Haftaroth
1. haftarah [n] - See also: haftarah
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Literary usage of Haftaroth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Catalogue of the Hebraica and Judaica in the Library of the Corporation of by Guildhall Library (London, England), Albert Löwy (1891)
"Pentateuch. mm ^Din ne>Dn Pentateuch and the Five Scrolls, with the commentary of Rashi, and the haftaroth. 12°. Amsterdam, 1701. mm 'B>Din n^nn The ..."
2. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1910)
"... was requested not only to select portions from the Pentateuch, but the haftaroth likewise—to have both printed in full and circulated among the members. ..."
3. Jewish Services in Synagogue and Home by Lewis Naphtali Dembitz (1898)
"Altogether the haftaroth cover a little more than one- fifth of the eight books that are ... There are no less than thirteen haftaroth from Isaiah, chs. ..."
4. Descriptive List of the Hebrew and Samaritan Mss. in the British Museum by George Margoliouth (1893)
"The Pentateuch, the five Megilloth, and the haftaroth, provided with vowel-points and accents (the haftaroth for Passover and Pentecost being accompanied by ..."
5. Descriptive Catalogue of the Hebrew Mss. of the Montefiore Library by Hartwig Hirschfeld, Jews' College (London, England). Library (1904)
"Anonymous Commentary on the haftaroth. Modern copy by Caiman Lieben. German curs, char., large 4to, ff. 32 [H. No. 201]. 29. ..."