Maimonides

[ mahy-mon-i-deez ]
/ maɪˈmɒn ɪˌdiz /

noun

Moses ben Maimon; "RaMBaM", 1135–1204, Jewish scholastic philosopher and rabbi, born in Spain: one of the major theologians of Judaism.

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Maimonides
/ (maɪˈmɒnɪˌdiːz) /

noun

also called Rabbi Moses ben Maimon. 1135–1204, Jewish philosopher, physician, and jurist, born in Spain. He codified Jewish law in Mishneh Torah (1180)

Derived forms of Maimonides

Maimonidean, adjective, noun
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