herem

(A.)
[ مﺮه ]
ehram.

Osmanli Türkçesİ sözlüğü . 2015.

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  • ḤEREM — (Heb. חֵרֶם), the status of that which is separated from common use or contact either because it is proscribed as an abomination to God or because it is consecrated to Him (cf. Ar., ḥaruma, be forbidden, become sacred ; ḥaram, holy precinct ;… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • HEREM — nomen viri. Esdr. c. 10. v. 31. Lat. anathemasive reticulum, vel dedicatum sc. Deo …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Herem — For the same Hebrew word, when used to mean a form of excommunication, see Cherem. Herem or cherem (Hebrew: חרם, ḥērem), as used in the Hebrew Bible, means ‘devote’ or ‘destroy’.[1] It is also referred to as the ban. The term has been explained… …   Wikipedia

  • Herem — Le herem (hébreu : חרם) ou cherem est la forme la plus sévère d exclusion de la communauté juive. Il s agit d une véritable mise au ban de la société juive, présentant de nombreuses similitudes avec l anathème des Églises catholique et… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • herem — Seph. /khe rddem/; Ashk. /khay rddeuhm/, n. Hebrew. the most severe form of excommunication, formerly used by rabbis in sentencing wrongdoers, usually for an indefinite period of time. Also, cherem. [herem lit., banishment] * * * …   Universalium

  • Herem — terrain communal Basque …   Glossaire des noms topographiques en France

  • herem — he·rem …   English syllables

  • HEREM — Kocamak, yaşlanmak, ihtiyar olmak. * Mısır da firavunlar zamanından kalmış piramit şeklindeki mezarların beheri. * Geo: Mahrutî şekil, piramit …   Yeni Lügat Türkçe Sözlük

  • herem — …   Useful english dictionary

  • ḤEREM SETAM — (roughly translated as anonymous ban or imprecation ), a geonic innovation that gained wide acceptance in later rabbinic literature, particularly in Spain and North Africa, although it was more sparsely used in Franco Germany as well. It served… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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