- Kabbalah (also Kabbala, Cabbala, Cabala, or Qabalah) ► NOUN ▪ the ancient Jewish tradition of mystical interpretation of the Bible.DERIVATIVES Kabbalism noun Kabbalist noun Kabbalistic adjective.ORIGIN Hebrew, «tradition».
English terms dictionary. 2015.
Look at other dictionaries:
kabbalism — noun see kabbalah … New Collegiate Dictionary
kabbalism — See kabbalah. * * * … Universalium
kabbalism — noun the study of the Kabbalah … Wiktionary
kabbalism — s ( en) RELIG … Clue 9 Svensk Ordbok
Kabbalism — noun the doctrines of the Kabbalah • Syn: ↑Cabalism • Topics: ↑Judaism • Hypernyms: ↑doctrine, ↑philosophy, ↑philosophical system, ↑school of thought, ↑ … Useful english dictionary
kabbalism — noun adherence to some extreme traditional theological concept or interpretation • Syn: ↑cabalism • Hypernyms: ↑attachment, ↑adherence, ↑adhesion … Useful english dictionary
Kabbalah — (Cabala, Kabala, Qabalah) The mysticism of classical Judaism, and part of the foundation of the Western magical tradition. Kabbalah is derived from the Hebrew word QBL (Qibel), meaning “to receive” or “that which is received.” It refers… … Encyclopedia of Demons and Demonology
Judaism — /jooh dee iz euhm, day , deuh /, n. 1. the monotheistic religion of the Jews, having its ethical, ceremonial, and legal foundation in the precepts of the Old Testament and in the teachings and commentaries of the rabbis as found chiefly in the… … Universalium
GIKATILLA (Chiquatilla), JOSEPH BEN ABRAHAM — (1248–c. 1325), Spanish kabbalist whose works exerted a profound and permanent influence on kabbalism. Gikatilla, who was born in Medinaceli, Castile, lived for many years in Segovia. Between 1272 and 1274 he studied under abraham abulafia , who… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
AZULAI, ABRAHAM BEN MORDECAI — (c. 1570–1643), kabbalist. Azulai, who was born in Fez, first mastered the study of the Talmud and philosophic literature and then Kabbalah. He did not agree with the interpretations of the Zohar which his teachers provided, and he did not really … Encyclopedia of Judaism