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The study of rabbinical writings or teachings, especially the Talmud. Now with singular concord.
Early 17th century; earliest use found in Hugh Broughton (1549–1612), divine and Hebraist. Apparently from rabbinic (although this is first attested slightly later): see -ic.
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