Definitions

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  • noun Artifacts pertaining to the Jews, their culture or their religion, particularly ritual objects.
  • adjective Pertaining to the Jews, their culture or their religion.

Etymologies

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Latin, from Hebrew יְהוּדָה (Yehuda, "Judah") +‎ -ica (“plural suffix”).

Examples

  • Other essays from Eranos appeared in a six-volume collection entitled Judaica published in Germany between

    Gershom Scholem

  • To illustrate our role, here is what the Encyclopedia Judaica wrote about Iraqi Jewry: "During the 20th century, Jewish intellectuals, authors, and poets made an important contribution to the Arabic language and literature by writing books and numerous essays."

    David Harris: Letter from a Forgotten Jew

  • He also was one of three writers who received an Emmy award for the script of the PBS film "The Precious Legacy," about treasures of Judaica stolen by Nazis for the planned "Museum of an Extinct Race."

    Arnost Lustig, Holocaust survivor and acclaimed author, dies at 84

  • Cited in and see the comprehensive article by Guido Kisch, “The Yellow Badge in History,” Historia Judaica 19 Oct. 1957: 89–146.

    Bloodlust

  • "He asked me for a ride to the Judaica book store," Mr. Aron told detectives, according to people familiar with his written statement.

    Suspect Recounts Time With Child

  • To illustrate our role, here is what the Encyclopedia Judaica wrote about Iraqi Jewry: "During the 20th century, Jewish intellectuals, authors, and poets made an important contribution to the Arabic language and literature by writing books and numerous essays."

    David Harris: Letter from a Forgotten Jew*

  • Sometimes my father would come home with pictures of the grandfather rabbis that he had found in the pages of the Encyclopedia Judaica.

    A Conversation with Nomi Eve, author of The Family Orchard

  • To illustrate our role, here is what the Encyclopedia Judaica wrote about Iraqi Jewry: "During the 20th century, Jewish intellectuals, authors, and poets made an important contribution to the Arabic language and literature by writing books and numerous essays."

    David Harris: Letter from a Forgotten Jew

  • To illustrate our role, here is what the Encyclopedia Judaica wrote about Iraqi Jewry: "During the 20th century, Jewish intellectuals, authors, and poets made an important contribution to the Arabic language and literature by writing books and numerous essays."

    David Harris: Letter from a Forgotten Jew

  • To illustrate our role, here is what the Encyclopedia Judaica wrote about Iraqi Jewry: "During the 20th century, Jewish intellectuals, authors, and poets made an important contribution to the Arabic language and literature by writing books and numerous essays."

    David Harris: Letter from a Forgotten Jew*

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