[hah-lee-vahy, -ley-vee] /hɑˈli vaɪ, -ˈleɪ vi/
(Judah ben Samuel Halevi) 1085–1140, Spanish rabbi, physician, poet, and philosopher.
?1075–1141, Jewish poet and philosopher, born in Spain; his major works include the collection in Diwan and the prose work Sefer ha-Kuzari, which presented his philosophy of Judaism in dialogue form
- Judah ha-Nasi
[hah-nah-see] /hɑ nɑˈsi/ noun 1. a.d. c135–c210, Jewish rabbi and scholar. [hah-nah-see] /hɑ nɑˈsi/ noun 1. Judah, . /hɑːnɑːˈsiː/ noun 1. ?135–?220 ad, rabbi and patriarch of the Sanhedrin, who compiled the Mishnah
[joo-duh-ahyt] /ˈdʒu dəˌaɪt/ noun 1. a member of the tribe of or of the kingdom of . adjective 2. of or relating to the tribe or kingdom of .
- Judah upon jordan
The Authorized Version, following the Vulgate, has this rendering in Josh. 19:34. It has been suggested that, following the Masoretic punctuation, the expression should read thus, “and Judah; the Jordan was toward the sun-rising.” The sixty cities (Havoth-jair, Num. 32:41) on the east of Jordan were reckoned as belonging to Judah, because Jair, their founder, […]
[joo-dey-i-kuh] /dʒuˈdeɪ ɪ kə/ plural noun 1. things pertaining to Jewish life and customs, especially when of a historical, literary, or artistic nature, as books or ritual objects. /dʒuːˈdeɪɪkə/ plural noun 1. the literature, customs, culture, etc, of the Jews 2. books or artefacts of Jewish interest, esp as a collection