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Kere

Definition of the noun Kere

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noun

  1. A reading that in the traditional Jewish mode of reading the Hebrew Bible is substituted for one actually standing in the consonantal text with the consonants of the word or phrase to be read being usually given in the margin and the vowel points if the text is vocalized being inserted in the text.

Place

Kere a.k.a. Kèrè is a town and arrondissement in the Collines department of Benin. It is an administrative division under the jurisdiction of the commune of Dassa-Zoumé. According to the population census conducted by the Institut National de la Statistique Benin on February 15, 2002, the arrondissement had a total population of 7,841.

Miscellanea

Kere a.k.a. Karo Language: Karo is an Omotic language spoken in the Debub Omo Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region in Ethiopia. Karo is described as being closely related to its neighbors, Hamer and Banna, with a lexical similarity of 81%, and is considered a dialect of Hamer by Blench.

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Google previewLittle Journeys to the Homes of Great Lovers (1907)

Robert Stevenson and Fanny Osbourne by Elbert Hubbard

KERE is A LIST OF BOOKS that The Roycrofters have on hand for sale (of some there are but a few copies). These are rather interesting books, either for the reader or the collector, or for ...

Google previewLittle Journeys to the Homes of Great Reformers ...: John Wesley. Henry George. Garibaldi. Richard Cobden. Thomas Paine. John Knox (1907)

by Elbert Hubbard

KERE is A LIST OF BOOKS that The Roycrofters have on hand for sale (of some there are but a few copies). These are rather interesting books, either for the reader or the collector, or for presents. Many people always have a few extra ...

Google previewReal Analytic and Algebraic Geometry (2006)

Proceedings of the Conference held in Trento, Italy, October 3-7, 1988 by Margherita Galbiati, Alberto Tognoli

and let 8 : N —, Pp be an epimorphism whose kernel is a surface group, and D/kere is an orientable surface.

Google previewA Digest of Hindu Law (1874)

On Contracts and Successions, with a Commentary

Kere is an optional alternative ; the milk of one cow out of ten, or the milk of all the cows every eighth day, allowed as wages. But Nareda has further mentioned a heifer three years old. Neither is this a third case ; for it cannot alone suffice for ...

Google previewFollowing the conquistadores ... (1912)

by John Augustine Zahm

The kere is a clay hearth, without a flue or chimney, provided with a flrehole and one or more apertures over which cooking vessels are placed. It is an improvement on the tulpa, consisting of only three stones eight or ten inches in diameter, ...

Google previewRuskin Revised and Other Papers on Education (1897)

by Robert James Muir

T kere is a great moral training involved in competing wit/qu malice, whether it be in ...

Google previewBilinear Algebra (1997)

An Introduction to the Algebraic Theory of Quadratic Forms by Kazimierz Szymiczek

Its kernel kere is a maximal ideal of index 2 in the Witt ring W(K). Proof. For all classes (U), (V) e W(K), we have ...

Google previewBible Talk: Hidden Riches of Secret Places (2007)

by Sharolyn Dawn

Kere is an Aramaic passive participle signifying “what is to be read.” This is a marginal reading in the traditional Massoretic text. In the opinion of the Jewish scholars (Massoretes), this was the superior reading and was to be substituted or read ...

Google previewRings, Modules, Algebras, and Abelian Groups (2004)

by Alberto Facchini, Evan Houston, Luigi Salce

The ideal m( := Kere is a maximal ideal of A. Vice versa, given a maximal ideal m of A with A/m = K, then the natural factorization map defines an augmentation. In case that A is a finitely generated K-algebra over an algebraically closed field K ...

Google previewIdeas Have Consequences (2013)

by Richard M. Weaver

Kere is a distinction of so basic a character that one might suppose the most frenetic modern would regard it as part of the donnee to be respected. What God hath made distinct, let not man confuse! But no, profound differences of this kind ...

Google previewHandbook of Algebra (2006)

by M. Hazewinkel

Since Kere is an ideal of H, there exists ...

Google previewThe Jurist ... (1865)

if the gunpowder was insured against fire, kere is a general understanding that goods shall bo ritable to the voyage, and the underwriters can say at all they insured against was ...

Google previewNew Zealand Māori Word Encyclopedia (2007)

by Sally-Anne Lambert

kere (eg. poro kere / whati kere ...

Google previewThe New Unger's Bible Dictionary (2009)

by Merrill F. Unger

The vowels on the kethib were meant to be superimposed upon the marginal, or kere, reading (see Kere). The Kethib Kere deviceproves the high veneration of Masoretic scholars for the traditional readings and for sacred regard of the text ...

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Scrabble value of K5E1R1E1

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