targumical

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Targum (ˈtɑːɡəm, Hebrew tarˈɡum)
 
n
an Aramaic translation, usually in the form of an expanded paraphrase, of various books or sections of the Old Testament
 
[C16: from Aramaic: interpretation]
 
Targumic
 
adj
 
Tar'gumical
 
adj
 
'Targumist
 
n

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