decapartite

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decapartite ‎(not comparable)

  1. Comprising ten parts.
    • 2001: Isaac S.D. Sassoon, Destination Torah: Reflections on the Weekly Torah Readings, page 76 (KTAV Publishing House; ISBN 0881256390)
      Of course, the decapartite structure of the Decalogue is not marred by this additional miṣvah; according to Rambam’s (and others’) definition of miṣvot, the Decalogue (in both its versions) already comprises well in excess of ten such subdivisional miṣvot (see second entry on Dt. 33:4).

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