Examples from the Web for cabbalistic
Neshamah, nesh′a-m, n. the highest degree of the soul in the cabbalistic system.
He now published several works, of which the Heptaplus is a cabbalistic exposition of the first chapter of Genesis.
More fell not only into the mystical notions of the later Platonists, but even of the Cabbalistic writers.
The one is that which is given with great diffuseness in Cabbalistic writings, and has been brought into a system.Solomon Maimon: An Autobiography.|Solomon Maimon
On the other hand, Cabbalistic works become almost unreadable on account of the prevalence of Semitic over German words.
British Dictionary definitions for cabbalistic
Word Origin and History for cabbalistic (1 of 2)
1520s, from Medieval Latin cabbala, from Mishnaic Hebrew qabbalah "reception, received lore, tradition," especially "tradition of mystical interpretation of the Old Testament," from qibbel "to receive, admit, accept." Cf. Arabic qabala "he received, accepted."