[ mˈasɔːɹə], [ mˈasɔːɹə], [ m_ˈa_s_ɔː_ɹ_ə]
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The Masorah, also known as the Masoretic Text, is the biblical manuscript of Jewish scriptures that has been used by Orthodox Jews since the Middle Ages. It is the most authoritative and oldest extant version of the Hebrew Scriptures.
The Masorah began as a single codex, or book, of the Hebrew Scriptures, circa 400 BCE. It underwent a series of revisions and additions over the centuries, culminating in the Masoretic Text, which was standardized in the 7th century CE.
Homophones for Masorah:
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