Meaning of Amoraic in English:

Amoraic

Pronunciation /ˌaməˈreɪɪk/

adjective

historical
  • Of or relating to the Amoraim, the Jewish scholars in Palestine and Babylon who interpreted the Mishnah between the 2nd and 5th centuries c.e. until the completion of the Talmud.

Origin

Mid 19th century; earliest use found in John Etheridge (1804–1866), Wesleyan Methodist minister and Semitic scholar. From Amora + -ic.