Definition of Haggadoth
1. haggadah [n] - See also: haggadah
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Literary usage of Haggadoth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1910)
"... for binding haggadoth 38.50 D. Neumark, for subvention 50.00 Pension 41.67 J. ... for insurance on haggadoth 2.97 The Mailing and Advertising Co., ..."
2. Dictionary of the Apostolic Church by James Hastings, John Alexander Selbie, John Chisholm Lambert (1918)
"... drawn from Jewish haggadoth ; examples of the same thing are found in St. Paul's references to the Rock that followed the Israelites (1 Co 104), ..."
3. Introduction to the New Testament by Theodor Zahn (1909)
"haggadoth " can be translated by " legends," hence in Greek by ... What an important part of these " haggadoth " were the genealogies, the forefathers' ..."
4. The Apocryphal and Legendary Life of Christ: Being the Whole Body of the by James De Quincey Donehoo (1903)
"Now it is plain that some of the apocryphal stories are only Christian haggadoth. Even though they be of Gnostic origin, it is conceivable that their first ..."
5. Essays and Addresses by Owens College (1874)
"The haggadoth, on the other hand, cannot be absolved from indulging on too ... The only apology possible is, that not all the haggadoth are liable to that ..."
6. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1904)
"(Remarks were made by Rabbis Willner and Moses on haggadoth which they themselves had prepared.) RABBI CHAS. LEVL—I move that this portion of the ..."
7. History of Interpretation: Eight Lectures Preached Before the University of by Frederic William Farrar (1886)
"Whoever," says Rabbi Isaac ben Pinchas, " has learnt haggadoth without ... without haggadoth he has not tasted the fear of sin. ..."
8. A Commentary on the Book of Proverbs by Moses Stuart (1860)
"It is plain that the Syriac translator has nowhere exhibited either the Targumic paraphrases, or glosses, or Midrashim, or haggadoth. ..."