Simhat Tora

Sìmhat Tȏra
DEFINICIJA
jud. židovski blagdan posvećen Tori (23. tišri, listopad/studeni), radost Tore
ETIMOLOGIJA
hebr. simḥath tōrāh

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  • Simhat Torah — [sim khät′ tō rä′, sim′khäs tō′rə] n. 〚Heb simchat tora, lit., rejoicing in the law < simchat (< root śmḥ, to rejoice) + tora, TORAH〛 a Jewish festival, celebrated on the 23d day of Tishri, that marks the end of the annual cycle of Torah readings …   Universalium

  • Simhat Torah — [sim khät′ tō rä′, sim′khäs tō′rə] n. [Heb simchat tora, lit., rejoicing in the law < simchat (< root śmḥ, to rejoice) + tora, TORAH] a Jewish festival, celebrated on the 23d day of Tishri, that marks the end of the annual cycle of Torah… …   English World dictionary

  • Simhat Torah — Sim hat Torah Religion Religions abrahamiques : Judaïsme Christianisme Islam Cet artic …   Wikipédia en Français

  • SimchatTorah — Sim·chat To·rah (sēm KHätʹ tô räʹ) also Sim·chas To·rah (sĭmʹKHəs tôrʹə, tōrʹə) n. Judaism A festival celebrating the Law of Moses and the completion of the year s cycle and subsequent new beginning, observed on the 22nd or 23rd day of Tishri.  … …   Universalium

  • Simchat Torah — Simchat Torah: Kindern werden Süssigkeiten zugeworfen, Utrecht 1657 Simchat Torah (hebr. שִׂמְחַת תּוֹרָה, deutsch „Freude der Torah“, d. h. des Gesetzes) ist der letzte der jüdischen Feiertage, die mit dem Laubhüttenfest (Sukkot) beginnen. In… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • TORAH, READING OF — History The practice of reading the Pentateuch (Torah) in public is undoubtedly ancient. The sources, however, do not permit the definite tracing of the historical development of the custom. The command to assemble the people at the end of every… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • TORAH ORNAMENTS — The sacred and ceremonial objects in the synagogue revolve around the Torah scroll. These objects differ from one place to another and not every object exists in every community.   Storage of the Torah Scroll The length of cloth known in Hebrew… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Cantillation — is the ritual chanting of readings from the Bible in synagogue services.The chants are rendered in accordance with the special signs or marks printed in the Masoretic text of the Hebrew Bible (or Tanakh) to complement the letters and vowel points …   Wikipedia

  • Sim‘hat Torah — Sim hat Torah Religion Religions abrahamiques : Judaïsme Christianisme Islam Cet artic …   Wikipédia en Français

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