Gemara [ g uh- mahr- uh; Sephardic Hebrew g uh-mah- ; rah Ashkenazic Hebrew g uh- maw- r uh ] SHOW IPA / gəˈmɑr ə; Sephardic Hebrew gə mɑˈrɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew gəˈmɔ rə / PHONETIC RESPELLING noun the section of the Talmud consisting essentially of commentary on the Mishnah. the Talmud.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Gemara Ge·ma·ric, adjective Ge·ma·rist, noun Words nearby Gemara gelsemium
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How to use Gemara in a sentence British Dictionary definitions for Gemara Gemara / ( ɡɛˈmɔrə, Hebrew ɡɛmaˈra) / noun Judaism the main body of the Talmud, consisting of a record of ancient rabbinical debates about the interpretation of the Mishna and constituting the primary source of Jewish religious law See also Talmud Derived forms of Gemara Gemaric, adjective Gemarist, noun Word Origin for Gemara
C17: from Aramaic
gemārā completion, from gemār to complete
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