Masoretic(redirected from Massoretical)
Ma·so·raalso Ma·so·rah (mə-sôr′ə)
1. The body of Judaic tradition relating to correct textual reading of the Hebrew scriptures.
2. The critical notes made on manuscripts of the Hebrew scriptures before the tenth century, which embody this tradition.
Mas′o·ret′ic (măs′ə-rĕt′ĭk) adj.
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1. (Judaism) of or relating to the Masora, the Masoretes, or the system of textual criticism and explanation evolved by them
2. (Other Non-Christian Religious Writings) of or relating to the Masora, the Masoretes, or the system of textual criticism and explanation evolved by them
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|Adj.||1.||Masoretic - of or relating to the Masorah|
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