Origin of Karaite
OTHER WORDS FROM KaraiteKar·a·ism [kar-uh-iz-uhm], /ˈkær əˌɪz əm/, Kar·a·it·ism [kar-uh-ahy-tiz-uhm], /ˈkær ə aɪˌtɪz əm/, nounKar·a·it·ic [kar-uh-it-ik], /ˌkær əˈɪt ɪk/, adjective
Words nearby Karaite
How to use Karaite in a sentence
Less famously, the synagogue of the Karaite sect in Abbasiyya was also restored under her tenure.Egyptian Jewish Leader Fought To Keep Heritage At Home|Hussein Omar|April 15, 2013|DAILY BEAST
I mean the Mohammedan schools and sects, and the Karaite discussions which were closely modelled after them.
Aaron ben Elijah agrees in the main with his Karaite predecessors that Job was not punished for any fault he had committed.
They had no idea of scientific research, would have condemned it, in fact, as a leaning to Karaite doctrine.
Ben-Yerucham was not the only Karaite who sought to defend the sect against Saadiah's attacks.
If the Karaite authors expected to silence Saadiah by means of abuse192 they were mistaken.