Definition of Synagogs

1. Noun. (plural of synagog) ¹



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Definition of Synagogs

1. synagog [n] - See also: synagog

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Synagogs

syn-
synadelphite
synaereses
synaeresis
synaeretic
synaestheses
synaesthesia
synaesthesias
synaesthesis
synaesthete
synaesthetes
synaesthetic
synagog
synagogal
synagogical
synagogs (current term)
synagogue
synagogues
synalepha
synalephas
synallagmatic
synallaxine
synaloepha
synaloephas
synalœpha
synamphoteron
synamphoterons
synandria
synandrium
synandrous

Literary usage of Synagogs

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

1. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1919)
"But when American Judaism shall have fairly begun to evolve, what then ? A very practical issue confronts us. Our present synagogs will not be torn down ..."

2. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1916)
"Also churches and synagogs are conforming their activities to modern ideas and methods. It is probably true that churches and ..."

3. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1921)
"Our people must be imbued, when they enter our synagogs, with the distinctive spirit of our faith. Not only the ritual service, but the sermon, the music, ..."

4. A History of the Martin Marprelate Controversy in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth by William Maskell (1845)
"They had (saie these men) in their synagogs ' their priests, we must have in every parish our ' pastors: they their Levites, we our doctors : they ' their ..."

5. A History of the Martin Marprelate Controversy in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth by William Maskell (1845)
"They had (saie these men) in their synagogs ' their priests, we must have in every parish our ' pastors: they their Levites, we our doctors : they ' their ..."

6. Jesus the Christ: A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to Holy by James Edward Talmage (1916)
"A current conventionalism in the synagogs was that the just would 'eat the Shekinah.' It was peculiar to the Jews to be taught in such metaphorical language ..."

7. History of English Congregationalism by Robert William Dale (1907)
"Namely, that though these synagogs being dedicated to Idolatry and defiled with Idols, ought therfore to be plucked downe, yet not with such detestation as ..."

8. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1919)
"But when American Judaism shall have fairly begun to evolve, what then ? A very practical issue confronts us. Our present synagogs will not be torn down ..."

9. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1916)
"Also churches and synagogs are conforming their activities to modern ideas and methods. It is probably true that churches and ..."

10. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1921)
"Our people must be imbued, when they enter our synagogs, with the distinctive spirit of our faith. Not only the ritual service, but the sermon, the music, ..."

11. A History of the Martin Marprelate Controversy in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth by William Maskell (1845)
"They had (saie these men) in their synagogs ' their priests, we must have in every parish our ' pastors: they their Levites, we our doctors : they ' their ..."

12. A History of the Martin Marprelate Controversy in the Reign of Queen Elizabeth by William Maskell (1845)
"They had (saie these men) in their synagogs ' their priests, we must have in every parish our ' pastors: they their Levites, we our doctors : they ' their ..."

13. Jesus the Christ: A Study of the Messiah and His Mission According to Holy by James Edward Talmage (1916)
"A current conventionalism in the synagogs was that the just would 'eat the Shekinah.' It was peculiar to the Jews to be taught in such metaphorical language ..."

14. History of English Congregationalism by Robert William Dale (1907)
"Namely, that though these synagogs being dedicated to Idolatry and defiled with Idols, ought therfore to be plucked downe, yet not with such detestation as ..."

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