synagogues

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الإنجليزية - التركية
sinagog
synagogue
sinagog

Bu kentte o kadar çok sinagog yok. - There aren't that many synagogues in this city.

Göstericiler sinagogu ateşe verdiler. - The protesters burnt down the synagogue.

synagogue
{i} havra
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
plural of synagogue
synagogue
A congregation of Jews for the purpose of worship or religious study
synagogue
A place where Jews meet for worship
synagogue
{n} a place set apart for Jewish worship
synagogue
{i} congregation of Jews for the purpose of worship and religious instruction; building for Jewish worship and religious instruction
synagogue
a meeting place of the Jewish people, from a Greek word meaning "lead together"
synagogue
The building or place appropriated to the religious worship of the Jews
synagogue
A congregation or assembly of Jews met for the purpose of worship, or the performance of religious rites
synagogue
(Gr sunagoge, i e , "an assembly"), found only once in the Authorized Version of Ps 74: 8, where the margin of Revised Version has "places of assembly," which is probably correct; for while the origin of synagogues is unknown, it may well be supposed that buildings or tents for the accommodation of worshippers may have existed in the land from an early time, and thus the system of synagogues would be gradually developed
synagogue
A synagogue is a building where Jewish people meet to worship or to study their religion. a building where Jewish people meet for religious worship (synagoge, from , from , from synagein , from syn- ( SYN-) + agein ). In Judaism, a community house of worship that also serves as a place for assembly and study. Though their exact origins are uncertain, synagogues flourished side by side with the ancient Temple cult; they existed long before Jewish sacrifice and the established priesthood were terminated with Titus's destruction of the Second Temple (AD 70). Thereafter, synagogues took on even greater importance as the unchallenged focal point of Jewish life. There is no standard synagogue architecture. A typical synagogue contains an ark (where the scrolls of the Law are kept), an "eternal light" burning before the ark, two candelabra, pews, a bimah (see bema), and sometimes a ritual bath (mikvah)
synagogue
A place of worship for the Jewish people It is a place of prayer, study, as well as a place to discuss problems
synagogue
The council of, probably, 120 members among the Jews, first appointed after the return from the Babylonish captivity; called also the Great Synagogue, and sometimes, though erroneously, the Sanhedrin
synagogue
a place of worship, [Judaism]
synagogue
(Judaism) the place of worship for a Jewish congregation
synagogue
An assembly of Jews for the purpose of worship
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A congregation in the early Christian church
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Any assembly of men
synagogue
A Jewish house of worship Traditionally the first synagogues were established during the Babylonian exile The early synagogues had a place in the center of the room where the sacred scrolls were kept and from where they were read It is from the worship order established in synagogues that our modern church patterns of reading and expounding upon scripture from the pulpit are derived
synagogue
shul
synagogues

    التركية النطق

    sînıgôgz

    النطق

    /ˈsənəˌgôgz/ /ˈsɪnəˌɡɔːɡz/

    علم أصول الكلمات

    (noun.) 13th century. Middle English synagoge, from Old French, from Late Latin synagoga, from Greek synagOgE assembly, synagogue, from synagein to bring together, from syn- + agein to lead; more at AGENT.

    كلمة اليوم

    maquillage
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