commandment

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İngilizce - Türkçe
`on emir'den biri
{i} emir

On Emir'i hatırlamıyor musun? - Don't you remember the Ten Commandments?

Tanrıyı ve komşuları sevmek iki büyük emirdir. - To love God and neighbors are the two great commandments.

the Ten Commandments On Emir
{i} buyruk
{i} allah'ın emri

Onlar misafirleri ağırlamak için Allah'ın emrini yerine getiriyorlar. - They are fulfilling the commandment to host guests.

İngilizce - İngilizce
one of the Ten Commandments
something that must be obeyed; a command or edict
{n} a command, order, law, power
a doctrine that is taught; "the teachings of religion"; "he believed all the Christian precepts"
The offense of commanding or inducing another to violate the law
something that is commanded
An order or injunction given by authority; a command; a charge; a precept; a mandate
The act of commanding; exercise of authority
The Ten Commandments are the ten rules of behaviour which, according to the Old Testament of the Bible, people should obey. one of the ten rules given by God in the Bible that tell people how they must behave
One of the ten laws or precepts given by God to the Israelites at Mount Sinai
{i} any one of the Ten Commandments (Biblical); command
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A commandment
maundy
commandments
(see also Mitzvah) According to rabbinic Jewish tradition, there are 613 religious commandments referred to in the Torah (and elaborated upon by the rabbinic sages) Of these, 248 are positive commandments and 365 are negative The numbers respectively symbolize the fact that Divine service must be expressed through all ones bodily parts during all the days of the year In general, a mitzvah refers to any act of religious duty or obligation; more colloquially, a mitzvah refers to a "good deed "
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Rules given by God The most famous are the 10 commandments given to Moses
commandments
(Hebrew mitzvot; sing, mitzvah) Orders given by God; God gave Ten Commandments as the core of the covenant on Mount Sinai, and a multitude of other moral and cultic laws; according to rabbinic Jewish tradition, there are 613 religious commandments referred to in the Torah (and elaborated upon by the rabbinic sages); of these, 248 are positive commandments and 365 are negative; the numbers respectively symbolize the fact that divine service must be expressed through all one's bodily parts during all the days of the year; in general, a mitzvah refers to any act of religious duty or obligation; more colloquially, a mitzvah refers to a "good deed "
commandments
Plural of commandment
negative commandment
order not to do
positive commandment
commandment to do something (as opposed to being prohibited from doing something)
commandment