the three Jewish divisions of the Old Testament, comprising the Law or Torah, the Prophets or Neviim, and the Hagiographa or Ketuvim, taken as a whole.
the Hebrew Bible as used by Jews, divided into the Torah, Prophets, and Hagiographa
noun 1. any of numerous songbirds of the New World family Thraupidae, the males of which are usually brightly colored. noun 1. any American songbird of the family Thraupidae, having a short thick bill and a brilliantly coloured male plumage
noun 1. a town in ancient Greece, in Boeotia: Spartan victory over the Athenians 457 b.c. noun 1. a town in ancient Boeotia, famous for terracotta figurines of the same name, first discovered in its necropolis
or Tanagra figure noun 1. a small terra-cotta statuette produced from the late 4th to the 3rd century b.c. in Tanagra, Boeotia, and found chiefly in tombs.
adjective 1. of or relating to the tanagers; belonging to the tanager family.