sabora

Tanna vs Sabora - What's the difference?

tanna | sabora | see also |

Tanna is a see also of sabora.


As a verb tanna

is .

As a noun sabora is

any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

Amora vs Sabora - What's the difference?

amora | sabora | see also |

Amora is a see also of sabora.


As nouns the difference between amora and sabora

is that amora is mulberry (fruit) while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

Century vs Sabora - What's the difference?

century | sabora |


As nouns the difference between century and sabora

is that century is a period of 100 consecutive years; often specifically'' a numbered period with conventional start and end dates, eg, the ''twentieth century'', which stretches from (''strictly'') 1901 through 2000, or (''informally'') 1900 through 1999 the ''first century ad was from 1 to 100; a yearhundred while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

Talmud vs Sabora - What's the difference?

talmud | sabora |


As nouns the difference between talmud and sabora

is that talmud is talmud (collection of jewish writings) while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

Babylonian vs Sabora - What's the difference?

babylonian | sabora |


As nouns the difference between babylonian and sabora

is that babylonian is an inhabitant of the city of babylon while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

As an adjective babylonian

is of or pertaining to the real (or to the mystical) babylon.

As a proper noun babylonian

is a later form of akkadian language spoken in babylonia in 1950 bc – 100 ad.

Revision vs Sabora - What's the difference?

revision | sabora |


As nouns the difference between revision and sabora

is that revision is revision, change while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

Rabbi vs Sabora - What's the difference?

rabbi | sabora |


As nouns the difference between rabbi and sabora

is that rabbi is rabbi while sabora is any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.

Jewish vs Sabora - What's the difference?

jewish | sabora |


As an adjective jewish

is being a jew, or relating to jews, their ethnicity, religion or culture.

As a proper noun jewish

is (informal|dated) the yiddish language.

As a noun sabora is

any one of the jewish rabbis who completed the revision of the babylonian talmud in the 6th century.