noun, plural shuln [shooln, shoo ln] /ʃuln, ʃʊln/, Yiddish.
- shula, don,
- shulchan aruch,
- shulhan arukh
Examples from the Web for shul
Now if he had problems, and felt he was abused he had me or the Rabbi in his Shul to discuss it with.This 'Holy Guy'—and Grandfather of 100—Is Accused of Sexually Abusing a Student|Batya Ungar-Sargon|September 9, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Ask around—ask at shul, ask your family, ask any Jewish college kids you know.
There was a guy at our shul who transgressed the bounds of the acceptable.
The plaza in front of the Wall was something like a shrine, but not much like a shul.
Almost all of them by then had become Hartman's acolytes, and I began to come regularly to his shul on Shabbat.In A Very Deep Way: Remembering Rabbi David Hartman|Bernard Avishai|February 21, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There was scarcely a Minyan present at the evening services in the Shul.
Then, after Shul, he went with them to drink a glass of wine at Heimann's, or lunch with them at Schfer's.
He had been seen in Shul at the morning service, and from there he had gone home, but after that he could not be traced further.
Word Origin for shul
"synagogue," 1874, from Yiddish shul, from German Schule (see school (n.1)).