Torah: Meaning and Definition of
Pronunciation: (tō'ru, tôr'u Seph. Heb. tō&sylprä' Ashk. Heb. tō'ru, toi'ru), [key]
- the Pentateuch, being the first of the three Jewish divisions of the Old Testament. Cf.
- a parchment scroll on which the Pentateuch is written, used in synagogue services.
- the entire body of Jewish religious literature, law, and teaching as contained chiefly in the Old Testament and the Talmud.
- law or instruction.
- torah (Thesaurus)