Meaning of Talmudist in English:


Pronunciation /ˈtalmʊdɪst/


See Talmud

‘The same point was made by the famed 12th-century Talmudist and philosopher, in the Mishneh Torah (Laws of Repentance, 3:2).’
  • ‘The thirteenth-century Talmudist comments similarly: ‘As long as they are still answering amen, the blessing has not concluded.’’
  • ‘He achieved note as philosopher, scientist, Talmudist, author, commentator, grammarian, translator, educator, and religious leader, but not without controversy in virtually every field.’
  • ‘Even today, when I tell people that I am a professor of rabbinics, a common response is, ‘You don't look like a Talmudist.’’
  • ‘After months of negotiation with the authorities, a Talmudist from Odessa was granted permission to visit Moscow.’