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İngilizce - Türkçe
yahudi

Dustin Moskovitz, Yahudi bir girişimcidir. O, Facebook'un kurucularından biridir. - Dustin Moskovitz is a Jewish entrepreneur. He is one of the co-founders of Facebook.

Yahudiler toplama kamplarına ilk ne zaman gönderilmişlerdi? - When were Jews first sent to the concentration camps?

i., s. Musevi, Yahudi
{i} tefeci
{i} İbrani
{i} kazıkçı satıcı
{i} musevi

Ne Musevi, ne de musevi olmayan, ne köle ne de özgür vardır, ne erkek ne de dişi vardır, zira Mesih İsa'da hepiniz birsiniz. - There is neither Jew nor Gentile, neither slave nor free, nor is there male and female, for you are all one in Christ Jesus.

jew down k
alışverişte pazarlığı kendi lehine kabul ettirmek
kazık atmak
kazıklamak
asağ
ıbrani
jew's-harp
ağız tamburası
Jew's harp
ağız tamburası
jew down
(Fiili Deyim ) pazarlıkla fiyatını indirtmek
jew's ear
yenilir bir mantar
jews
yahudiler

Yahudiler, İspanyol Engizisyonundan kaçtılar ve onbeşinci asırda Osmanlı İmparatorluğu'na sığındılar. - Jews fled the Spanish Inquisition and took shelter in Ottoman Empire in the fifteenth century.

Arap ülkelerinde Filistin'in bölünmesinden önce Yahudiler vardı. - There were Jews in Arab countries before the partition of Palestine.

hebrew, jew
ibranice, yahudi
offensive terms for a jew
Bir Yahudi için saldırı şartları
rich as a jew
Bir Yahudi olarak zengin
wandering jew
yahudi göçebe
wandering Jew
bot. telgrafçiçeği
İngilizce - İngilizce
An adherent of Judaism
A person who claims a cultural or ancestral connection to the Jewish people (see secular Jew)

do we not die? And if you wrong us, shall we not revenge?.

Alternative capitalization of jew
To bargain, to attempt to gain an unfair price in a business deal; to defraud
offensive, alternative spelling of jew
A Jew is a person who believes in and practises the religion of Judaism. someone whose religion is Judaism, or who is a member of a group whose traditional religion is Judaism (gyu, from Judaeus, from Ioudaios, from Yehudhi, from Yehudhah ). Any person whose religion is Judaism. In a wider sense the term refers to any member of a worldwide ethnic and cultural group descended from the ancient Hebrews who traditionally practiced the Jewish religion. The Hebrew term Yehudi, translated as Judaeus in Latin and Jew in English, originally referred to a member of the tribe of Judah. In Jewish tradition, any child born of a Jewish mother is considered a Jew; in Reform Judaism a child is considered a Jew if either parent is Jewish
{i} one of Jewish descent, one who is descended from the Biblical Hebrews; member of the Jewish religion
The term applied to the people of God after the Babylonian exile; it is derived from the Hebrew/Aramaic term for Judeans, jehudi See Introduction
Someone that follows Judaism Since they did not claim to be Catholics, they could not be heretics The
a person belonging to the worldwide group claiming descent from Jacob (or converted to it) and connected by cultural or religious ties
from Greek Ioudaios, someone from Judea or "Judah " Later used of anyone descended from Israel In modern usage, according to halakhah, one is a Jew if one has Jewish parents (at least a Jewish mother), or has undergone conversion in accordance with Jewish law
A DESCENDENT OF JUDAH In its narrowest definition a jew is descendant of Abraham through Judah However many of the Jews living in the territory of Judea were actually descendants of other tribes, such as Levites, and Benjaminites or in some cases there were proselytes to the faith (i e Ruth) In a broader sense, Jews were those who lived in Judea and held allegiance to Moses (who was not a Jew but a Levite) Lehi is an example of a Jew who did not descend from Judah yet lived in Judea and considered himself culturally a "Jew" (see 2 Nephi 33: 8) After the removal of the Northern Kingdom (also called the Kingdom of Israel or Ephraim 722 B C the terms Jew, Hebrew & Israelite became virtually synonymous
jwif
To bargain, to attempt to gain an unfair price in a business deal
Originally, one belonging to the tribe or kingdom of Judah; after the return from the Babylonish captivity, any member of the new state; a Hebrew; an Israelite
An adherent of the Jewish faith, particularly after the exile of Judeans to Babylon
Yehudi
hymie
Jew by choice
A person who has adopted Judaism, as opposed to one who is Jewish by way of birth
Jew down
Alternative spelling of jew down

I don't want to get Jewed down, you know. I'm sure you'll take care of me?.

Jew's harp
A musical instrument consisting of a flexible metal or bamboo “tongue” attached to a frame. This tongue is placed in the performer’s mouth and plucked with the finger to produce a note of constant pitch. Melodies can be created by changing the shape of the mouth and causing different overtones
Jew's-ear
A kind of edible fungus growing on tree-trunks, formerly used for medicinal purposes

Over the hearth hang bunches of drying mushrooms, the thin, curling kind they call jew's-ears, which have grown on the elder trees since Judas hanged himself on one; this is the kind of lore he tells me, tempting my half-belief.

Jew's-ears
plural form of Jew's-ear
jew down
To bargain or haggle with a seller in order to obtain a lower price for a good or service

Millan had already been repeating his loud opinion of all Hindus, before the tailor he had so efficiently jewed down was half out of the room.

Jew's harp
(Muzik) The Jew's harp, jaw harp, mouth harp, or Ozark harp, trump and juice harp, is thought to be one of the oldest musical instruments in the world; a musician apparently playing it can be seen in a Chinese drawing from the 4th century BC. Despite its common English name, and the sometimes used Jew's trump, it has no particular connection with the Jewish people or Judaism. This instrument is native to Asia and used in all tribes of Turkish people in Asia where it is variously referred to as a temir komuz, agiz komuzu or gubuz
Jew to his bones
very Jewish, Jewish through and through
Jew's harp
musical instrument comprised of a metal frame which is held between the teeth and a metal tongue that makes a twanging sound when plucked
Jew-baiter
one who persecutes or harasses Jews, anti-semite
Jew-baiting
taunting Jewish people, active anti-semitism
jew's harp
a small lyre-shaped musical instrument that is placed between the teeth and played by twanging a wire tongue while changing the shape of the mouth cavity
jew's-ear
widely distributed edible fungus shaped like a human ear and growing on decaying wood
Hassidic Jew
A Jew belonging to any of a number of communities, generally centered around a Rebbe, comprising the movement founded in the 18th century by Baal-Shem-Tov
Orthodox Jew
An adherent of Orthodox Judaism
Wandering Jew
A Jewish shoemaker who, in Christian tradition, taunted Jesus Christ on the way to his (Jesus') crucifixion and for that was condemned to wander the Earth until Jesus' return (ie. the second coming)
Wandering Jew
One of three species of spiderwort plants, Tradescantia pallida (also called Setcreasea purpurea), Tradescantia fluminensis, and Tradescantia zebrina
jews
Third-person singular simple present indicative form of jew
secular Jew
Person of Jewish heritage, but not observant of Judaism
A Jew
heeb
A Jew
kike
A Jew
yid
A Jew
sheeny
Ethiopian Jew
A member of a people of uncertain origin, living since ancient times in what is now central Ethiopia and practicing a form of Judaism. During the period 1984-1991 most Ethiopian Jews were resettled in Israel.Ethiopian Jewry n
Jews
plural of Jew
Jews
antisemitism
Messianic Jew
adherent of Messianic Judaism, adherent of an unorthodox branch of Judaism which maintains that Jesus is the Jewish Messiah whose coming was foretold by Old Testament prophets
Orthodox Jew
Jew who adheres to the teachings of the Torah as interpreted in the Talmud, Jew who strictly observes Jewish laws and traditions
Orthodox Jew
a believer in the religion known as Orthodox Judaism, a form of the Jewish religion that strictly follows the laws given in the holy books called the Torah, including rules about food and clothes. Men who are Orthodox Jews wear black clothes and large black hats and usually have long beards
Sephardic jew
{i} Jewish person of Spanish or Portuguese or North African descent
Wandering Jew
character from a medieval legend who was condemned to roam forever for striking Jesus on the day of his crucifixion; any of a number of creeping or trailing plants
Who is a Jew Law
law that made many angry waves due to the requirements that were determined in it for a person to be defined as being Jewish
become a Jew
convert to Judaism, convert to the Jewish religion
becoming a Jew
conversion to the Jewish religion, adopting Jewish ways
conservative jew
Jew who keeps some requirements of Mosaic Law but adapts others to suit modern circumstances
devout Jew
pious Jew, religious Jew
jews
{i} general name for the Semitic people descended from Abraham, Hebrews
jews
offensive, third person singular of jew
jews
in Dryden's satire of Absalom and Achitophel, those English who were loyal to Charles II , called David "The Jews, a headstrong, moody, murmuring race, God's pampered people, whom, debauched with ease, No king could govern, nor no god could please " Part i verses 45-48 Jews born with tails (See Raboin )
jews
Originally, a Jew was a member of the state of Judah during the period of the division of Israel into two nations: Judah and Israel It became a common reference from the 8th century B C Today it is used of adherents of the Jewish religion
jews
The people of Abraham Jesus was a Jew
observant Jew
Jew who follows Jewish law, traditional Jew
orthodox jew
Jew who practices strict observance of Mosaic Law
reform jew
liberal Jew who tries to adapt all aspects of Judaism to modern circumstances
the errant Jew
wandering Jew, nickname for the people of Israel that move about frequently
wandering Jew
Any of three trailing plants, Tradescantia albiflora, T. fluminensis, or Zebrina pendula, native to tropical America, having usually variegated foliage and widely grown as houseplants
wandering jew
a legendary Jew condemned to roam the world for mocking Jesus at the Crucifixion
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