Definition of synagogical in English:

synagogical

adjective

See synagogue

  • ‘A choir, the only choir in Poland which performs synagogical music, has been brought into being.’
  • ‘The social milieu of Hebrew poetry changed, rising from egalitarian synagogical circles to the elite upper class.’
  • ‘The early church elected to adapt the synagogical mode of worship for their weekly meetings instead, a practical solution, as it suited the gathering of more people.’
  • ‘In the years 1960-1979 synagogical textiles from the museum collections were exhibited in the synagogue.’
  • ‘There is clearly evidence of the influence of the Jewish synagogical model on early churches.’

Pronunciation

synagogical

/sɪnəˈɡɒdʒɪk(ə)l/