cabalistic

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cabalist +‎ -ic

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cabalistic (comparative more cabalistic, superlative most cabalistic)

  1. Of or relating to a cabal; secretive and cliquish.
  2. Of or relating to Kabballah.
    • 1906, Jewish Encyclopedia:
      Aaron is the author of "Bet Aharon" (Aaron's House; Brody, 1875), which contains his cabalistic and ethical expositions of the Pentateuch.

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AARON BEN ASHER OF KARLIN

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