[guh-mahr-uh; Sephardic Hebrew guh-mah-rah; Ashkenazic Hebrew guh-maw-ruh] /gəˈmɑr ə; Sephardic Hebrew gə mɑˈrɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew gəˈmɔ rə/
the section of the Talmud consisting essentially of commentary on the Mishnah.
/ɡɛˈmɔrə; Hebrew ɡɛmaˈra/
(Judaism) the main body of the Talmud, consisting of a record of ancient rabbinical debates about the interpretation of the Mishna and constituting the primary source of Jewish religious law See also Talmud
[guh-mey-tree-uh] /gəˈmeɪ tri ə/ noun 1. a cabbalistic system of interpretation of the Scriptures by substituting for a particular word another word whose letters give the same numerical sum. n. 1680s, from Hebrew gematriya, from Greek geometria (see geometry). “[E]xplanation of the sense of a word by substituting for it another word, so that the […]
/ˈdʒɛmˌklɪp/ noun 1. (South African) a paperclip
[German guh-mahyn-shahft] /German gəˈmaɪnˌʃɑft/ noun, plural gemeinschaften [German guh-mahyn-shahf-tuh n] /German gəˈmaɪnˌʃɑf tən/ (Show IPA). (often initial capital letter) 1. an association of individuals having sentiments, tastes, and attitudes in common; fellowship. 2. Sociology. a society or group characterized chiefly by a strong sense of common identity, close personal relationships, and an attachment to traditional […]
[jem-uh l] /ˈdʒɛm əl/ noun 1. a bottle consisting of two flasks set side by side with the necks curving in opposite directions.