Related formscab·ba·lism, nouncab·ba·list, nouncab·ba·lis·tic, cab·ba·lis·ti·cal, adjectivecab·ba·lis·ti·cal·ly, adverb
Definition for cabbala (2 of 2)
or cab·ba·la, kab·a·la, kab·ba·la, kab·ba·lah
Origin of cabala
Can be confusedcabal cabala
Examples from the Web for cabbala
Cabbalist′ic, -al, relating to the cabbala: having a hidden meaning.
While accepting the Cabbala it was impossible for Pico to reject magic.Renaissance in Italy, Volume 2 (of 7)|John Addington Symonds
Cabb′alism, the science of the cabbala; Cabb′alist, one versed in the cabbala.
Sephiroth, sef′i-roth, n. in the cabbala, the first ten numerals identified with Scripture names of God.