"Kadosh" is a 1999 film by Israeli director Amos Gitai. It was entered into the 1999 Cannes Film Festival.
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A Treatise on the Origin of Christianity, Its Causes and Consequences from Original and Most Reliable Sources, Never Published Before ; Also a New Signification of the Words Christ, Eucharist and Aungelion ; Also an Explanation of the Trinity by Emil Walter
Some writers claim the word Kadosh instead of Kodesh, and they say that Kadosh is a noun, and is applied only to God or...
Congressional edition (1897)
by United States. Congress
So tho Reish left sorrowful, and tho K appeared before tho Lord, asking that the world may be created with it, as tho peoplo will praise tho Lord with that letter in sayiug thrice Holy, Holy, Holy, is tho Lord Zebaath (Kadosh means holy). Tho Lord ...
by Torah Aura Production
Kiddmh Kadosh means holy. The Kiddush is a prayer that reminds us to make the Shabbat day holy and completely different than other days. Because it is hard to hold a day in our hands, we use wine. We lift a cup of wane (or juice) and use it ...
Report of the Secretary of the Interior Being Part of the Message and Documents Communicated to the Two Houses of Congress at the Beginning of the Second Session of the Fifty-fourth Congress... (1897)
So the Reish left sorrowful, and the K appeared before the Lord, asking that the world may be created with it, as the people will praise the Lord with that letter in saying thrice Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord Zebaath (Kadosh means holy). The Lord ...
by Yechiel Eckstein, Tremper III Longman
Kadosh means to be consecrated or designated for someone. In marriage, the partners are dedi' cated exclusively to each other. To be holy means to live a life totally dedicated to God. In that way, everything we do is meaningful. We all want ...
Report of the Commissioner of Education Made to the Secretary of the Interior for the Year ... with Accompanying Papers (1897)
by United States. Bureau of Education
So the Eeish left sorrowful, and tho K appeared before tho Lord, asking that the world may ho created with it, as tho people will praise the Lord with that letter in saying thrico Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord Zohaath (Kadosh means holy). The Lord ...
by United States. Office of Education
So the Rcish loft sorrowful, and the K appeared before the Lord, asking that the world may be created with it, as the people will praise the Lord with that letter iu saying thrice Holy, Holy, Holy, is the Lord Zebaath (Kadosh means holy). The Lord ...
by Leon Klenicki, Geoffrey Wigoder
The experience of the Holy is of two sorts — one designated by the Hebrew term kadosh (sanctity) and the other by the term kavod (glory). The former is characterized by awe, terror, transcendence; the latter by immanence, divine nearness, ...
The Jewish Encyclopedia (1916)
A Descriptive Record of the History, Religion, Literature, and Customs of the Jewish People from the Earliest Times to the Present Day by Isidore Singer, Cyrus Adler
Kadosh). The ketubah was the inalienable right of the woman, and. ertch 1. Andaniino. 2. Moderate. Versicles founded on Ps. cxlvi. 10 and xxii. 4 lead to the next division of the Kerobot scheme, which ...
A Dictionary of the Targumim (1901)
The Talmud Babli and Yerushalmi and the Midrashic Literature by Marcus Jastrow
by Maximillien De Lafayette
With them, Kah-Doshar-Ra became Kadosh. Many Semitic and ancient Near East-Middle East languages have a word much like it, including: · a-The Hebrew and Aramaic Kadosh, · b-The Coptic Kakous or Kouddous, · c-The Syriac Kouddous, ...
De Lafayette Mega Encyclopedia of Anunnaki, Ulema-Anunnaki, Their Offspring, Their Remnants and Extraterrestrial Civilization on Earth (2010)
by Maximillien De Lafayette
With them, Kah-Doshar-Ra became Kadosh. Many Semitic and ancient Near East/Middle East languages have a word much like it, including the Hebrew and Aramaic Kadosh, the Coptic Kakous or Kouddoup, the Syriac Kouddous and the ...
by Fred Skolnik, Michael Berenbaum
IMMANUEL; NATONEK, JOSEPH; RASHI; WIZEN, MOSHE AHARON David Kadosh, Ph.D., Rabbi; Assistant Professor of Jewish Philosophy, Yeshiva University, New York: ADAM; CATEGORIES; DECALOGUE; MOSES Sara Kadosh*, Ph.D.
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- Bar Kadosh
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- Cafe Kadosh
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- Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel Synagogue
Kahal Kadosh Mikveh Israel (also called Congregation Mikveh Israel) is a synagogue located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and was founded in the 1740s. It is one of the Oldest synagogues in the United States and is currently home to a Sephardic community originally established by Spanish and Portuguese Jews.
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Scrabble value of K5A1D2O1S1H4
The value of this 6-letter word is 14 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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