Definition of Parashahs

1. parashah [n] - See also: parashah



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parashahs

parasegments
paraseismic
paraselenae
paraselene
paraselenes
paraseptal cartilage
paraseptal emphysema
parasequence
parasequences
parasequential
parashah
parashahs (current term)
parashioth
parashot
parashoth
parasibirskite
parasigmatism
parasinoidal
parasinoidal sinuses
parasita
parasitaemia
parasitaemias
parasital
parasite
parasite-host ecosystem
parasite yew

Literary usage of Parashahs

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1. The Life and Times of Jesus the Messiah by Alfred Edersheim (1883)
"... together with the of the close of many of the parashahs in ... of the thirty-seven parashahs constitu- " Large as this number is, I do not sides, ..."

2. Canon and Text of the New Testament by Caspar René Gregory (1907)
"The Epistles were an exhortation in writing. Whether the Christians at the beginning used the Jewish parashahs and ..."

3. The Ten Nequdoth of the Torah: Or, The Meaning and Purpose of the by Romain François Butin, Shemaryahu Talmon (1906)
"... and occasionally left a blank space between them;7 to these Paragraphs correspond the Jewish parashahs, also marked with blank spaces.3 The further ..."

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