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(isim) Tevrat

Tevrat'ta Lut, bakire kızını toplu tecavüze uğraması için sunuyor. - In the Torah Lot offers his virgin daughter's to be gang raped.

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{i} Tevrat

Tevrat'ta Lut, bakire kızını toplu tecavüze uğraması için sunuyor. - In the Torah Lot offers his virgin daughter's to be gang raped.

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(isim) Tevrat
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Musevi edebiyatında kanun
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Musa şeriatı
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Law
Torah
A specially written scroll containing the five books of Moses, such as those used in religious services

An anonymous donor has provided us with a lovely new Torah.

Torah
The full body of written Jewish law, including the Tanakh, the Talmud, the Mishnah and the midrashic texts

It says in the Torah that both gossip and murder cause irreparable damage.

Torah
The whole of Jewish law, both written and unwritten
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written law
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The whole of Jewish law, written and unwritten
Torah
{i} first of three parts of the Hebrew Bible, Pentateuch, Five Books of Moses; leather scroll on which the Pentateuch is inscribed; entire body of Jewish Scriptures and teachings (including Written and Oral Laws)
Torah
the Torah the traditional writings and principles of Judaism, especially the first five books of the Jewish Bible (torah ). or Pentateuch In Judaism, the divine revelations to Israel; specifically, the first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy. By tradition their authorship has been ascribed to Moses, but biblical scholarship has shown that they were written and compiled at a much later date, probably in the 9th-5th century BC, though drawing on much older traditions. The Scroll of the Torah (Sefer Torah) is kept in the Synagogue Ark. The term Torah (but not Pentateuch) is often applied to the whole Hebrew Scripture (i.e., the later books of the Old Testament), or, even more generally, to that and other Jewish sacred literature and oral tradition. Mishne Torah Sefer Torah Talmud Torah
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The encompassing philosophy of Judaism
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A book containing the five books of Moses
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The first five books of the Hebrew Scriptures, attributed to Moses and therefore also known as the Five Books of Moses
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J the Jewish holy books
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The Pentateuch The first five books of the Bible Literally "teaching" or "instruction" or "guidance " Often translated "the Law" in English Bibles, as in "the Law of the LORD is perfect" (Psalm 19: 7 [verse 8 in Hebrew])
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~ The five books of Moses
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The Pentateuch or "Law of Moses
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Hebrew for the Five Books of Moses, the first division of the OT
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Teaching, Law, The Five books Of Moses In The Bible
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The handwritten scroll that contains the five books of Moses Torah comes from the Hebrew root which means 'to shoot' (as in to aim) and means 'Teaching,' or 'instruction '
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the first of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures comprising the first five books of the Hebrew Bible considered as a unit
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literally "teaching", but usually translated "law" in the Bible because of the Greek word "namos" used to render the word Torah in the Greek LXX (Septuagint)
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Literally teaching, torah refers to the first five books of the Bible It is also often translated as the Law
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The first five books of Moses - Genesis to Deuteronomy Orthodox Jews believe this to be the only books that are relevant to them There are other Jews that accept the entire Old Testament but not the New Torah actually means Law, I believe
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   a Hebrew word meaning "guide" or "teaching " The Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) and is the most important part of the Hebrew Scriptures for the Jewish religion See Law; Pentateuch
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A law; a precept
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(Hebrew for "teaching, instruction, direction") In general, Torah refers to study of the whole gamut of Jewish tradition or to some aspect thereof; in its special sense, "the Torah" refers to the "five books of Moses", the first main division of the Hebrew Bible; it is the t of Tanak See Pentateuch and Tanak See Introduction, Part 1
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The Jewish canon
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The English transliteration of the Hebrew word for "Law " It often refers to the Pentateuch
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Used variously by Jews as a reference to a ) the Old Testament as a whole, b ) the Pentateuch-only, or c ) the Pentateuch and the "Oral Law" ( SEE: Pentateuch, Oral Law )
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The first five books of the Hebrew bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) portions of which are read every Shabbat Traditionally, a reading of the entire Torah is complete in one year
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(Judaism) the scroll of parchment on which the first five books of the Hebrew Scripture is written; is used in a synagogue during services the first of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures comprising the first five books of the Hebrew Bible considered as a unit the whole body of the Jewish sacred writings and tradition including the oral tradition
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The five books of Moses (the first five books of the Old Testament )
torah
(Judaism) the scroll of parchment on which the first five books of the Hebrew Scripture is written; is used in a synagogue during services
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The first five books of the Bible: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, and Deuteronomy; often called the Pentateuch or the Law of Moses In a broader sense, the entire body of traditional religious teaching and study
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"law" a transliteration Hebrew word for law and signifies the first five books of the Hebrew Text
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The Holy Scripture of Judaism, borrowed and converted [interpreted differently] by the early Christian church and, by them, called the Old Testament There is, at present, no online English translation by Jewish sources, although a fine English translation is available through booksellers such as www amazon com: The Tanakh, Jewish Publication Society 1985, ISBN 0-8276-0365-7 Tanakh is an acronym for the distinctive sections of the Hebrew Bible: Torah or the Law, Nevi'im or Prophets, and Kethuvim or Writings The Torah consists of the five books commonly attributed to Moses, also known as the Pentateuch In a broad sense, Torah is also the entire body of Hebrew literature including the Bible, Mishnah, Talmuds and other revered writings
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 The five books of Moses Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
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the whole body of the Jewish sacred writings and tradition including the oral tradition
torah
   a Hebrew word meaning "guide" or "teaching " The Torah consists of the first five books of the Bible (Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy) and is the most important part of the Hebrew Scriptures for the Jewish religion See Law; Pentateuch
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The first five books of the Jewish Bible and the Old Testament; also called the Pentateuch; the first major division of the Jewish Bible; torah also means "law" or "instruction"
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" (Judaism) the scroll of parchment on which the first five books of the Hebrew Scripture is written; is used in a synagogue during services the first of three divisions of the Hebrew Scriptures comprising the first five books of the Hebrew Bible considered as a unit the whole body of the Jewish sacred writings and tradition including the oral tradition
torah
 The five books of Moses Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, Deuteronomy
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'Teaching,' 'instruction'; the first five books of the Hebrew scriptures; also the additional instructions of God, believed by many to have been transmitted orally from Moses through a succession of teachers and rabbis 'Teaching,' 'instruction'; the first five books of the Hebrew scriptures; also the additional instructions of God, believed by many to have been transmitted orally from Moses through a succession of teachers and rabbis
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Divine instruction; revelation
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Literal translation: law, teaching Known as the Written Law, or the five Books of Moses, the Torah is the foundation of Jewish law Jewish tradition says that God gave the Torah to Moses at Sinai, together with an oral explanation of the laws According to the rabbis, Judaism is based on three pillars: "al haTorah, al haAvodah, v'al gemilut chasadim" ("on Torah, on ritual/worship, and on acts of loving kindness") Torah, the rabbis said, is considered the strongest pillar, upon which the others are built
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Hebrew word meaning "teaching " Usually refers to the first five books of the Hebrew Bible, or Tanak, but can also be used for other types of religious teaching
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strictly and commonly speaking, Torah is defined as "law" and refers to the Pentateuch, the first five books of the Old Testament More broadly, it may refer to the whole Old Testament or the whole of Jewish religious writing both ancient and modern (Soulen, Handbook of Biblical Criticism)
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