pharisees

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Definition von pharisees im Englisch Türkisch wörterbuch

pharisee
ikiyüzlü kimse
pharisee
ferisi

Birçok Ferisi ve Sadduki, Vaftizci Yahya'nın vaftizine geldi. - Many Pharisees and Sadducees came to the baptism of John the Baptist.

pharisee
dili kendini beğenmiş mürai kimse
pharisee
{i} riyakâr
pharisee
eski Musevilerde dini bir tarikata mensup kimse
pharisee
{i} iki yüzlü
pharisee
{i} farisi
pharisee
Ferisi/riyakar kimse
pharisee
{i} sahte sofu
Englisch - Englisch
plural form of Pharisee
A Jewish political party and school of thought that flourished during the Second Temple Era (536 BCE–70 CE)
A Jewish political party and school of thought that flourished during the Second Temple Era (536 BCE-70 CE)
plural of Pharisee
Pharisee
A person who values the letter of the law over the spirit or intention of the law

The spider fattens himself on flies, and the Pharisee has his reward. Foolish persons are easily entrapped by the loud professions of pretenders, and even the more judicious cannot always escape.

Pharisee
A member of a political party, a social movement, and a school of thought among Jews that flourished during the Second Temple Era (536 BCE–70 CE). The movement was ultimately the basis for most contemporary forms of Judaism
pharisee
A very self-righteous person
Pharisee
A member of a political party, a social movement, and a school of thought among Jews that flourished during the Second Temple Era (536 BCE-70 CE). The movement was ultimately the basis for most contemporary forms of Judaism
Pharisee
The Pharisees were a group of Jews, mentioned in the New Testament of the Bible, who believed in strictly obeying the laws of Judaism. Member of a Jewish religious party in Palestine that emerged 160 BC in opposition to the Sadducees. The Pharisees held that the Jewish oral tradition was as valid as the Torah. They struggled to democratize the Jewish religion, arguing that the worship of God was not confined to the Temple of Jerusalem and fostering the synagogue as an institution of worship. Their belief that reason must be applied in the interpretation of the Torah and its application to contemporary problems is now basic to Jewish theology
pharisee
a self-righteous or sanctimonious person
pharisee
a member of an ancient Jewish sect noted for strict obedience to Jewish traditions a self-righteous or sanctimonious person
pharisee
One of a sect or party among the Jews, noted for a strict and formal observance of rites and ceremonies and of the traditions of the elders, and whose pretensions to superior sanctity led them to separate themselves from the other Jews
pharisee
{i} hypocrite, self-righteous person
pharisee
a member of an ancient Jewish sect noted for strict obedience to Jewish traditions
pharisees

    Etymologie

    [ 'far-&-(")sE ] (noun.) before 12th century. Middle English pharise, from Old English farise, from Late Latin pharisaeus, from Greek pharisaios, from Aramaic perIshayyA, plural of perIshA, literally, separated.

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