Traducción de synagogue en Español:

synagogue

sinagoga, n.

Pronunciación /ˈsɪnəˌɡɑɡ//ˈsɪnəɡɒɡ/

nombre

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    sinagoga femenino
    • Yet many of his students were raised in Christian churches or Jewish synagogues.
    • Prominent edifices such as historic structures, public buildings, churches, synagogues, and high rises get special treatment.
    • A large number of Jewish institutions and synagogues have programs for helping others.
    • At the beginning of the first millennium of the Christian era, synagogues were all-purpose buildings for assembly in village and town.
    • When the Torah is taken out in the synagogue, the entire congregation must stand as long as it is being carried.
    • Multiethnicity is demonstrated by the many churches, synagogues, Hindu temples, and mosques.
    • If you are not sure of the Jewish date, contact a synagogue, yeshiva or funeral home and they will surely help you.
    • Among the most famous is the story of his disappearance one Yom Kippur from his synagogue.
    • In France and elsewhere synagogues were attacked and Jewish gravestones defaced.
    • This was familiar territory for him: the synagogues, the religious tradition, and his people coming to hear and be healed by him.
    • Haven't churches, synagogues and mosques met the same fate at the hands of vandals?
    • Besides his paintings and glass-windows for Roman-Catholic cathedrals and Jewish synagogues, he created a rich plethora of prints.
    • The God-centered religion of most synagogues and churches does not inspire the postmodern seeker; she wants to turn inward.
    • Marriage is, mostly, a religious ceremony performed in churches/mosques / synagogues based on ancient religious laws.
    • So when you go there, you see mosques beside churches, Hindu temples beside Jewish synagogues.
    • Almost everywhere there are new churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples springing to life along our vast exurban periphery.
    • During the past few years I have been giving workshops on the psychology of prayer at temples, synagogues, and Jewish book fairs nationwide.
    • They can't even go to the synagogue to fulfil their religious duties on the Sabbath.
    • The old ones tell me there was a Jewish quarter, a synagogue, study halls, and a cemetery.
    • The author does not ignore the fact that churches and synagogues are buildings for public worship.