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baal kore

[ Sephardic Hebrew bahl kaw -re; Ashkenazic Hebrew bahl koh-rey ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew bɑl kɔ ˈrɛ; Ashkenazic Hebrew bɑl ˈkoʊ reɪ /
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noun Hebrew.
an official in the synagogue, as a cantor, who reads the weekly portion of the Torah.
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Origin of baal kore

baʿal qōrē literally, reading master
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