noun, plural Mas·ki·lim [mahs-kee-leem] /mɑs kiˈlim/. Judaism.
Origin of Maskil
Related formsMas·kil·ic [mah-skil-ik] /mɑˈskɪl ɪk/, adjective
Examples from the Web for maskil
The rabbi stood in the centre, I and the Maskil on either side of him, and we all three began to call out.
On the strength of what he is a Maskil, it is hard to tell—enough that people should consider him one!
It is evident that the Maskil had studied in a Cheder, in the great world one meets with other Maskilm.
Sad and perplexed in spirit, I came down from the rabbi, with the Maskil, and into the street.
It is true that the Maskil dogged my footsteps, but he had become antipathetic to me, and I couldn't look at him.