Which derives from a word that means
"the reading" in Hebrew: Karaite or
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The word Karaite - which derives from the Hebrew
kara, reading - denotes a member of a Jewish
sect that rejects the Rabbinical reinterpretation of the Tanakh. The word
kashrut denotes a system of laws that govern
what Jews may and may not eat.
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