noun, plural saboraim
[sah-baw-rah-im, -boh-] /ˌsɑ bɔˈrɑ ɪm, -boʊ-/ (Show IPA). (often initial capital letter) Judaism.
one of a group of Jewish scholars, active in the rabbinical academies of Babylonia during the 6th century a.d., whose editing of the work of the Babylonian amoraim constituted the final stage in the preparation of the Babylonian Gemara.
noun, plural sabots [sab-ohz; French sa-boh] /ˈsæb oʊz; French saˈboʊ/ (Show IPA) 1. a shoe made of a single block of wood hollowed out, worn especially by farmers and workers in the Netherlands, France, Belgium, etc. 2. a shoe with a thick wooden sole and sides and a top of coarse leather. 3. Military. a […]
noun 1. any underhand interference with production, work, etc., in a plant, factory, etc., as by enemy agents during wartime or by employees during a trade dispute. 2. any undermining of a cause. verb (used with object), sabotaged, sabotaging. 3. to injure or attack by sabotage. noun 1. the deliberate destruction, disruption, or damage of […]
noun 1. a person who commits or practices sabotage. noun 1. a person who commits sabotage
noun 1. (sometimes initial capital letter) a person born in Israel. noun 1. a native-born Israeli Jew