rabbinate

[rab-uh-nit, -neyt]
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Origin of rabbinate

First recorded in 1695–1705; rabbin + -ate3
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rabbinate

noun
  1. the position, function, or tenure of office of a rabbi
  2. rabbis collectively
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Word Origin and History for rabbinate
n.

1702, from rabbin "rabbi" (see rabbinical) + -ate (1).

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