Definition of Shophroth
1. shophar [n] - See also: shophar
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shophroth
Literary usage of Shophroth
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1903)
"1], " It is a day of blowing the cornet," may be used for the shophroth, so said R. Jose; R. Jehudah, however, said: Must not be used at all. ..."
2. Tract Rosh Hashana ("new Year") of the New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud by Michael Levi Rodkinson, Joseph Leonard Levy (1895)
"... "blowing of the cornets " refers to the shophroth; " a holy convocation " means the consecration of the day. Whence do we know that we should recite the ..."
3. The Hebrew Review and Magazine of Rabbinical Literature by Morris Raphall (1835)
"shophroth, " Of sounding the cornet," to celebrate that future jubilee, when mankind will be free from the fetters of error, and acquire perfection in the ..."
4. The Samaritan Chronicle Or The Book of Joshua the Son of Nun: Tr. from the by the son of Nun Joshua (1890)
"Trumpets of clamor, ie, trumpets of alarm, signal trumpets on which alarms were sounded. The Arabic here is an exact rendering of the Hebrew words shophroth ..."