Zohar

[zoh-hahr]
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noun

a medieval mystical work, consisting chiefly of interpretations of and commentaries on the Pentateuch: the definitive work of Jewish cabala.

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Zohar

noun

Judaism a mystical work, consisting of a commentary on parts of the Pentateuch and the Hagiographa, probably composed in the 2nd century ad
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Word Origin and History for zohar

Zohar

1680s, Hebrew, literally "light, splendor."

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