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Masora

Ma`so´ra
n.1.A Jewish critical work on the text of the Hebrew Scriptures, composed by several learned rabbis of the school of Tiberias, in the eighth and ninth centuries.
Noun1.Masora - a vast body of textual criticism of the Hebrew Scriptures including notes on features of writing and on the occurrence of certain words and on variant sources and instructions for pronunciation and other comments that were written between AD 600 and 900 by Jewish scribes in the margins or at the end of texts
Synonyms: Masorah
Masorah, textual criticism
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Mason and Dixon Line
Mason and Dixon's Line
mason bee
Mason City
Mason jar
Mason moth
Mason shell
mason wasp
mason's level
mason's trowel
Mason-Dixon Line
Masonic
Masonite
Masonry
Masoola boat
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Masorah
Masoret
Masorete
Masoretic
Masoretic points and accents
Masorite
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masquer
Masquerade
masquerade ball
masquerade costume
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