Definitions for rabbiˈræb aɪ
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
the chief religious official of a synagogue who performs ritualistic, educational, and other functions as spiritual leader of the congregation.
a title of respect for a Jewish scholar or teacher.
a Jewish scholar qualified to rule on questions of Jewish law.
any of the Jewish scholars of the 1st to 6th centuries a.d. who contributed to the Talmud.
Origin of rabbi:
1250–1300; ME rabi (< OF rab(b)i) < LL rabbī < Gk rhabbí < Heb rabbī my master (rabh master +-ī my)
spiritual leader of a Jewish congregation; qualified to expound and apply Jewish law
a Hebrew title of respect for a Jewish scholar or teacher
Kernerman English Learner's Dictionary
a Jewish religious leader
A Jewish spiritual teacher.
Origin: From rabbi, and its source ῥαββί, from (post-biblical) רבי, from rebbe "master" plus -i "my".
master; lord; teacher; -- a Jewish title of respect or honor for a teacher or doctor of the law
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
an appellation of honour applied to a teacher of the Law among the Jews, in frequent use among them in the days of Christ, who was frequently saluted by this title.
Translations for rabbi
Kernerman English Multilingual Dictionary
a Jewish priest or teacher of the law.
- حَبْر، حاخام عند اليَهودArabic
- rabinoPortuguese (BR)
- der RabinerGerman
- rabbi; rabbinerDanish
- रब्बी, यहूदियों का धर्मगुरू, यहूदी कानून का विद्वानHindi
- rabi, pendeta YahudiIndonesian
- 랍비(유대교 지도자Korean
- paderi YahudiMalay
- ښاغلى، مشر، استاد، ښوونكى: په يهوديانوكى دنمانځنى لقبPashto
- 猶太教祭司或律法專家，大師Chinese (Trad.)
- یہودی ماہر قانونUrdu
- giáo sĩ Do TháiVietnamese
- 拉比(（犹太教祭司或律法专家犹太人的学者), ），大牧师Chinese (Simp.)
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