Definitions and translations for "Tanach"

Definition of Tanach

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Noun
1. The Jewish scriptures which consist of three divisions--the Torah and the Prophets and the Writings.
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English - English - Tanach

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n. The Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, collection of writing which are sacred in Judaism (comprised of three parts: Torah, Prophets, and Hagiographa)

English - Spanish - Tanach

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s. el Viejo Testamento, la Biblia Hebrea, compendio de los escritos sagrados en el judaísmo (compuesto por tres partes: la Torá, los Profetas y la Hagiografía)

English - French - Tanach

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n. "Tanah" (Hébreu), l'Ancien Testament (comprenant trois parties, le Pentateuque, les Prophètes et les Hagiographes), Bible hébraïque; écrits saints du Judaïsme

English - German - Tanach

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n. Tanach, das Alte Testament, hebräische Bibel, Religionsbücher heilig der jüdischen Religion

English - Italian - Tanach

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s. Tanach, Vecchio Testamento, Bibbia ebraica divisa in tre parti:Tora, Profeti e Agiografi

English - Portuguese - Tanach

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s. o Velho Testamento, Bíblia Hebraica

German - English - Tanach

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n. The Old Testament, Hebrew Bible, collection of writing which are sacred in Judaism (comprised of three parts: Torah, Prophets, and Hagiographa)

English - Dutch - Tanach

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zn. het Oude Testament, Hebreeuwse Bijbel, collectie van geschriften die heilig zijn voor het Judaïsme (bestaande uit drie delen: Thora, Profeten en Hagiografen)
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