Definition of Torahs

1. Noun. (plural of Torah) ¹



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Definition of Torahs

1. torah [n] - See also: torah

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Torahs

topworking
topworks
toquake
toquash
toque
toques
toquet
toquets
toqui
toquilla
toquillas
toquis
tor
tora
torace
torahs (current term)
toral
toralizumab
toran
torana
toranas
torans
toras
torat
torbanite
torbanites
torbernite
torbernites
torbie
torbies

Literary usage of Torahs

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1. Jewish Education in New York City by Alexander Mordecai Dushkin (1918)
"CENTRAL BOARD OK TALMUD torahs In 1909 several gentlemen interested in Jewish education issued a call to some of the larger Talmud torahs of this city to ..."

2. Jewish Education in New York City by Alexander Mordecai Dushkin (1918)
"The program thus agreed to formed the basis for unifying the work of the various Talmud torahs. Each of the principals consented to carry out the program in ..."

3. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1915)
"Of Talmud torahs there are in Jerusalem nine, with from three to four thousand pupils, taught by. upwards of one hundred and fifty teachers. ..."

4. The Newer Criticism and the Analogy of the Faith: A Reply to Lectures by W by Robert Watts (1882)
"Nor is this all; for these two torahs were once blended together, as appears from our author's statement on the last-mentioned page, where he says " that in ..."

5. The History of the Talmud, from the Time of Its Formation, about 200 B. C by Michael Lewy Rodkinson (1903)
"Since then Israel was divided into two sects, and the ^ Torah became two rival and hostile torahs. Judea kept the law according to the ancient custom ..."

6. The Old Testament in the Jewish Church: Twelve Lectures on Biblical Criticism by William Robertson Smith (1881)
"xxvi., shows that many ancient torahs were worked up, by successive processes, ... They doubtless continued till the time of Ezra to give oral torahs, ..."

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