Definition of Parashoth

1. n. pl. of Parashah.



Definition of Parashoth

1. parashah [n] - See also: parashah

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Parashoth

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

Literary usage of Parashoth

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament by Carl Friedrich Keil, Franz Delitzsch (1866)
"In the Hebrew MSS. and editions of the Bible, the decalogue is divided into ten parashoth, with spaces between them marked either by D ..."

2. History of the Old Covenant by Johann Heinrich Kurtz (1859)
"17) finds it remarkably easy to solve the enigma of this parashoth-arrangement, which is directly opposed to the Jewish division, so far as we have been ..."

3. Critical history and defence of the Old Testament canon. Ed. by P. Lorimer by Moses Stuart (1849)
"After the return from exile, and the erection of synagogues, the Law of Moses was read in them, being distributed into fifty-two parashoth or sections, ..."

4. An Introduction to the Old Testament by Charles Henry Hamilton Wright (1890)
"... division of the Law into various sections known as parashoth ... of the Prophets corresponding to the parashoth of the Law is generally ..."

5. Jewish Antiquities: Or, A Course of Lectures on the Three First Books of by David Jennings (1823)
"The Jews, therefore, in their division of the law into parashoth, or sections, had a respect to their intercalary year, which was every second or third, ..."

6. The Bible hand-book by Joseph Angus (1856)
"The law had fifty-four greater divisions, called parashoth, ... Smaller divisions were employed especially in the law, called also parashoth, ..."

7. The Protestant Theological and Ecclesiastical Encyclopedia by John Henry Augustus Bomberger, Johann Jakob Herzog (1860)
"As new features introduced into the manuscripts during the Masoretic time may be mentioned, the 54 great parashoth, or Sabbath lessons, of the Pentateuch; ..."

8. Introduction to the Talmud: Historical and Literary Introduction, Legal by Moses Mielziner (1903)
"... one according to the customary Sabbath lessons, parashoth, subdivided into Perakim; the other according to sections named after their main center ts and ..."

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