Definition of Rabbinates
1. rabbinate [n] - See also: rabbinate
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rabbinates
Literary usage of Rabbinates
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. American Jewish Year Book by American Jewish Committee, Jewish Publication Society of America (1921)
"Commission, appointed by administration to enquire into the status and constitution of the Chief rabbinates, Religious Courts, and the title of Haham Bashi, ..."
2. Russia as it Really is by Carl Joubert (1905)
"But the law is still administered by the rabbinates in the various towns throughout the length and breadth of Russia where the Jews are to be found. ..."
3. The Ethics of the Fathers by Alexander Kohut (1920)
"No Jewish author is known to have come from Hungary until the eighteenth century,* and up to the middle of the nineteenth century the important rabbinates, ..."
4. The Ethics of the Fathers by Alexander Kohut (1920)
"We recall that the rabbinates of the early Middle Ages found it necessary to study the Bible more diligently, and to cultivate Hebrew grammar, ..."
5. History of the Jews by Heinrich Graetz, Philipp Boch (1894)
"The result was a storm of indignation, which increased considerably when Isaiah proceeded to appoint his own relatives to the various rabbinates. ..."
6. The Haskalah Movement in Russia by Jacob Salmon Raisin (1914)
"rabbinates were bought and sold, and the aid of the Government was invoked in religious controversies. A question regarding the preferable form of prayer ..."
7. History of the Jews by Heinrich Graetz, Philipp Bloch (1895)
"Eighteen antagonistic rabbinates (in all forty rabbis) did not seem many; and the most eminent of all, the Central Consistory of ..."