Which word means "splendor" or
"radiance" in Hebrew: Zohar or
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The word Zohar - which means "splendor or radiance" in Hebrew - denotes the
chief literary work of the Kabalists (i.e., The Book of
Splendour) - a 13th-century, mystical, commentary on the Torah by the
12th-century Rabbi Moses de Leon.
word chumash comes from the Hebrew
chamesh, five, and refers to the five books of
the Torah, specifically bound editions of the Torah, whereas a scroll version
is called a Sefer Torah.
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