What is another word for cabbala?

Pronunciation: [kabˈɑːlə] (IPA)

Kabbalah and Qabbalah are the most common synonyms for the term "cabbala." These terms refer to a form of Jewish mysticism that emphasizes the interconnectivity of all things in the universe. Other synonyms for cabbala include Cabala, Kabbala, and Kabala which have slightly different origins in different regions. All of these terms refer to the same mystical tradition that seeks to gain insight into God's creation through ritual, study, and meditation. Regardless of the spelling or pronunciation, the cabbala is an important part of Jewish mystical tradition and it has influenced many other religious and philosophical traditions over the centuries.

What are the hypernyms for Cabbala?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Cabbala

She had read portions of the Talmud, and remarked one day in conversation that Spinoza had really got something from the cabbala.
"George Eliot"
Mathilde Blind
A learned rabbi, widely celebrated for his profound knowledge of the cabbala, complained that he had dared to preach Christ to him.
"Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ"
Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
The correspondents to whom his letters were addressed were not persons specially interested in religion or chemistry or the cabbala, and, of all men, Goethe was least likely to be obsessed by any set of ideas to the exclusion of all others.
"The Youth of Goethe"
Peter Hume Brown

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