Definition of Qabalas

1. qabala [n] - See also: qabala



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Qabalas

q-switch
q-tof
q.g.
q.t.
q.v.
q/q
qPCR
qPCRs
q arm
q beta phage
q beta replicase
q in population genetics
qabala
qabalah
qabalahs
qabalas (current term)
qabalism
qabalist
qabalistic
qabalistical
qabalistically
qabalists
qadar
qaddish
qadi
qadis
qafila
qafilah
qafilahs
qafilas

Literary usage of Qabalas

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1. The Religion of the Veda: The Ancient Religion of India (from Rig-Veda to by Maurice Bloomfield (1908)
"... with a very ancient poetic touch, the speckled and the dark. Now the word for speckled is qabalas; it fits in well enough with Greek ..."

2. Philosophy, Qabbala and Vedānta: Comparative Metaphysics and Ethics by Maurice Fluegel (1902)
"... for in treating of the Highest Lord, the qabalas take him as the Self (in us), saying: "Indeed, I am thou, O holy Deity, and thou art I, O Deity. ..."

3. The Religion of the Veda: The Ancient Religion of India (from Rig-Veda to by Maurice Bloomfield (1908)
"... with a very ancient poetic touch, the speckled and the dark. Now the word for speckled is qabalas; it fits in well enough with Greek ..."

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