Definition of Eruvin

1. eruv [n] - See also: eruv



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eruvin

eruption cyst
eruptional
eruptions
eruptive
eruptive fever
eruptive phase
eruptive stage
eruptive xanthoma
eruptively
eruptiveness
eruptives
eruptivity
erupts
eruv
eruvim
eruvin (current term)
eruvs
erven
ervil
ervils
erwinia
erwinia carotovora
erwinia chrysanthemi
erybraedin
erycristagallin
erynggium
eryngium
eryngiums
eryngo
eryngoes

Literary usage of Eruvin

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1. The Gentleman's Magazine (1850)
"Dr. Maitland a valuable little volume of essays, entitled eruvin; ... eruvin, we may inform our less learned readers, is the title of one of the Treatises ..."

2. Jerusalem and Tiberias: Sora and Cordova: a Survey of the Religious and by John Wesley Etheridge (1856)
"... and eruvin translated by Dr. Wotton; (London, 1718;) the Avoth, in the Jewish prayer-book, and % Mr. R. Young, Edinburgh (sine anno); and, recently, ..."

3. Ordo Sæclorum: A Treatise on the Chronology of the Holy Scriptures: and the by Henry Browne (1844)
"Maitland's Tracts on Prophecy, and the " Essays of eruvin. ... In the following remarkable passage of S. Justin Martyr, " eruvin" cogently argues that the ..."

4. The Old Manorial Halls of Westmorland & Cumberland by Michael Waistell Taylor (1892)
"The successors of eruvin the priest as usual took their name from the place. The earliest mention of the de Beth- ams is in the reign of King John when the ..."

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