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1A characteristic or peculiarity of the language of the rabbis; a rabbinical expression. Formerly also: †rabbinical language or discourse.
2The teaching or doctrines of the Talmud and the later rabbinical writings; adherence to these teachings; rabbinic argumentation.
Mid 17th century; earliest use found in Joseph Mede (1586–1638), Hebraist and biblical scholar. From rabbin + -ism.
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