What does the word Talmudic mean?

    Part of speech: adjective

  • Talmudical.

Usage examples for Talmudic

  1. Of other women we are told whose learning and piety inspired respect, not only in Talmudic authorities, but, more than that, in their sisters in faith. – Jewish Literature and Other Essays by Gustav Karpeles
  2. In Talmudic literature we read of the journeys of famous rabbis to Rome and of their activities there; in the New Testament we hear of the Jews of Italy, and of their synagogues, which formed the scene of activity for the founders of the new faith; in Philo, the great Jewish writer of the first century, we have a description of the Jewish community of Rome in the days of Augustus, with references to their communal life and religious observances. – The Allied Countries and the Jews by Hyman Gerson Enelow
  3. The Talmudic canon is generally adopted at the present day. – The Canon of the Bible by Samuel Davidson
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