Definition of Talmudic in US English:

Talmudic

adjective

  • See Talmud

    • ‘Reporting on the launch The New York Times quoted a number of rabbis on labyrinthine Talmudic discussions.’
    • ‘In their philosophical work, both relied on texts drawn from Biblical, Talmudic, and other Judaic sources.’
    • ‘Both the Bible and the Talmud allow polygamy, though by Talmudic times it was no longer common practice.’
    • ‘It is regarded as a good thing by just about every Jew that there are Talmudic scholars and rabbis.’
    • ‘The above Talmudic passage should teach them that several thousand years ago, some very wise people had already thoroughly analyzed human life.’

Pronunciation

Talmudic

/talˈmo͝odik/