Definitions

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  • adjective Not kosher

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  • adjective not conforming to dietary laws

Etymologies

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non- +‎ kosher

Examples

  • Wearing pants, working as a clerk, eating nonkosher foods, and bowling all receded into the background as colossal social errors next to this seditious turn.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Eating nonkosher food is an "abomination" (Deuteronomy 14: 3).

    My Jewish Perspective on Homosexuality

  • Wearing pants, working as a clerk, eating nonkosher foods, and bowling all receded into the background as colossal social errors next to this seditious turn.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Wearing pants, working as a clerk, eating nonkosher foods, and bowling all receded into the background as colossal social errors next to this seditious turn.

    Roseanne Archy

  • Wearing pants, working as a clerk, eating nonkosher foods, and bowling all receded into the background as colossal social errors next to this seditious turn.

    Roseanne Archy

  • He recounted his youthful transgressions, which ranged from shoplifting and reading pornography to eating nonkosher Slim Jims, in his 2007 memoir, "Foreskin's Lament."

    Tales of A Gloomy Optimist

  • Also highlighted is the so-called Trefa Banquet, a controversial 1883 celebration, in Cincinnati, of Hebrew Union College's first graduating class of rabbis that featured such nonkosher delicacies as soft-shell crabs, shrimp salad, oysters and frog's legs.

    American Jews' Story Told in a New Home

  • If the man forced her to transgress the laws of Israel, such as forcing her to eat nonkosher food when she customarily ate kosher food or forcing her to have sexual relations while she was niddah, the court could compel him to divorce her and pay her ketubbah but might require evidence of his wrongdoing and warning by witnesses that he not do so (Isserles E.H. 154: 1).

    Legal-Religious Status of the Married Woman.

  • Containing one hundred nonkosher German-Jewish and turn-of-the century American recipes, The Settlement Cook Book, now in its twenty-second edition, soon turned into one of the most successful American cookbooks ever published.

    Food in the United States.

  • Sam kept a kosher house, and nonkosher cake is tref from the Yiddish word for unclean, so Reed couldnt bring it in, couldnt even let it touch the silverware.

    Let Me Eat Cake

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