or cab·ba·la, kab·a·la, kab·ba·la, kab·ba·lah
Origin of cabala
Examples from the Web for cabala
Letter to Gondomar, as it appears, from Buckingham himself, Cabala 236.
The female stood before him, resting her hands upon the table, awaiting with patience the result of these mysteries of the cabala.
Nay, I attended their ceremonies but to see how vainly they sought to revive the ancient marvels of the cabala.Zanoni|Edward Bulwer Lytton
One who understands and teaches the doctrines of the Cabala, or the Jewish philosophy.The Symbolism of Freemasonry|Albert G. Mackey
The Cabala teaches us the infinite significance of words and names.The Magic of the Middle Ages|Viktor Rydberg
British Dictionary definitions for cabala
Word Origin and History for cabala
1670s, variant of cabbala. Related: Cabalist.