Jewdom

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

From Jew +‎ -dom.

Noun[edit]

Jewdom (plural Jewdoms)

  1. The realm, sphere, influence, or domain of Jews; the whole body of Jews collectively; Jewry.
    • 1873, The new era:
      Then followed Talmudism in such parts of Jewdom as had become European.
    • 1927, Theodor Fritsch, The riddle of the Jew's success:
      The peculiar Morality of Jewdom. That the Hebrew is not very particular with regard to his moral obligations towards other people, is fairly well known.
  2. The state or condition of being a Jew; Jewishness.
    • 2003, Jerry Z. Muller, The mind and the market: capitalism in modern European thought:
      The self-emancipation of our age would be emancipation from bargaining and from money, that is from practical, real Jewdom.