or kashrut noun Etymology: Hebrew kashrūth, literally, fitness Date: 1907 1. the Jewish dietary laws 2. the state of being kosher

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  • kashruth — Seph. Heb. /kahsh rddooht /; Ashk. Heb. /kahsh rddoot, rddeuhs/; Eng. /kahsh reuhth/, n. 1. the body of dietary laws prescribed for Jews: an observer of kashruth. 2. fitness for use with respect to Jewish law: the kashruth of a religious object.… …   Universalium

  • kashruth — En el judaísmo, las reglas que prohíben comer ciertos alimentos y que exigen que otros sean preparados de una forma específica. Estas reglas determinan qué alimentos pueden ser llamados kosher (genuino). El grueso de la información concerniente… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Kashruth — Ein Automat für koschere Gummibärchen im Jüdischen Museum Berlin Die Jüdischen Speisegesetze, (hebr.: כַּשְרוּת, Kaschrut, in aschkenasischer Aussprache Kaschrus), sind Regelungen zur Zubereitung von Speisen, die im Tanach, der Hebräischen Bibel …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • kashruth — n. body of Jewish dietary law which determines whether something is clean or fit to eat; adherence to Jewish dietary laws (also kashrut) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • kashruth — kash·ruth …   English syllables

  • kashruth — kash•ruth or kash•rut [[t]kɑʃˈrut, ˈkɑʃ rut[/t]] n. 1) jud the Jewish dietary laws 2) jud fitness for use with respect to Jewish law • Etymology: 1905–10; < Heb …   From formal English to slang

  • kashruth — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Kashruth Council of Canada — is the governing body of kashruth agencies in Canada. It is best known for its kosher supervision service, with the COR symbol found on the labels of many commercial and consumer food products.ee also*Orthodox Union *Hechsher *Rabbinical Council… …   Wikipedia

  • kashruth supervisor — person who is appointed to inspect the kitchens that serve the public and make sure that they are clean according to Jewish law …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Milton Polin — Milton H. Polin, an Orthodox rabbi who served in Brooklyn, New York,, attained a number of distinctions in his life. Born in Chicago, Illinois. He is the son of Dorothy and Abraham Polin, and the grandson of Sholom Polin and Sara (Shashaka) Rivka …   Wikipedia

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