What is another word for judaical?

Pronunciation: [d͡ʒuːdˈe͡ɪɪkə͡l] (IPA)

The word "judaical" refers to anything related to Jewish law or jurisprudence. Some synonyms for this term might include "rabbinic," "Talmudic," "halachic," "legalistic," or "judicial." Each of these terms highlights a specific aspect of Jewish law and practice, such as the role of rabbis as legal authorities, the importance of the Talmud as a source of legal interpretation, or the emphasis on following specific guidelines and rules in one's everyday life. Whether you are exploring Judaism as a religion, studying Jewish history and culture, or simply interested in learning more about legal systems and practices around the world, these synonyms for "judaical" can be helpful points of reference.

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Usage examples for Judaical

And such Christians are more judaical than the Jews, who were taught to place in the very Holy of Holies golden cherubim overshadowing the mercy-seat, and to represent them again upon its curtains.
"The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Exodus"
G. A. Chadwick
Benjamin Disraeli had become the Earl of Beaconsfield, and had made his bellicose and judaical speech at the Lord Mayor's Banquet.
"Looking Seaward Again"
Walter Runciman
An eye of the darkest hazel, sharp, shrewd, and flashing at times, especially at the mention of the euphonious name of Lady Waddilove,-a name frequently upon the lips of the inheritor of her abigail,-with a fire that might be called brilliant, was of that modest species which can seldom encounter the straightforward glance of another; on the contrary, it seemed restlessly uneasy in any settled place, and wandered from ceiling to floor, and corner to corner, with an inquisitive though apparently careless glance, as if seeking for something to admire or haply to appropriate; it also seemed to be the especial care of Mr. Brown to veil, as far as he was able, the vivacity of his looks beneath an expression of open and unheeding good-nature, an expression strangely enough contrasting with the closeness and sagacity which Nature had indelibly stamped upon features pointed, aquiline, and impressed with a strong mixture of the judaical physiognomy.
"The Disowned, Complete"
Edward Bulwer-Lytton

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