Synagogue

Synagogue

Concept of Synagogue in the context of Real Property

A short definition of Synagogue: Meaning “to bring together”, it is a building where Jews assemble to worship.

Concept of Synagogue in the context of Real Property

A short definition of Synagogue: Meaning “to bring together”, it is a building where Jews assemble to worship.

Grammar

This term is a noun.

Etimology of Synagogue

(You may find synagogue at the world legal encyclopedia and the etimology of more terms).

late 12c., “the regular public worship of the Jews,” also the building in which this is done, from Old French sinagoge “synagogue, mosque, pagan temple” (11c., Modern French synagogue), from Late Latin synagoga “congregation of Jews,” from Greek synagoge “place of assembly, synagogue; meeting, assembly,” literally “a bringing together,” from synagein “to gather, bring together, assemble,” from syn- “together” (see syn-) + agein “put in motion, move,” from PIE root *ag- (1) “to drive, draw out or forth, move.” Used by Greek translators of the Old Testament as a loan-translation of late Hebrew keneseth “assembly” (as in beth keneseth “synagogue,” literally “house of assembly;” compare Knesset). Related: Synagogical; synagogal.


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