Almemar


Almemar
Al|me|mar,
Al|me|mor das; -[s]
<aus gleichbed. hebr. almēmōr, dies entstellt aus arab. al-minbar »Kanzel«>
der erhöhte Platz in der ↑Synagoge für die Verlesung der ↑Thora

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