Masorah

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A portion of a manuscript of the Pentateuch (Exodus 20:1-5), with the Masorah on the right margin.

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From Hebrew מָסוֹרָה(masorá), variant of מסורת \ מָסֹרֶת(masóret).

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Masorah

  1. The collection of marginal notes on the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed by rabbis of the school of Tiberias, in the 8th-9th centuries CE.

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