noun, plural Ag·ga·dah \ə-ˈgä-də, -ˈg-\
Ag·ga·dot \-ˌdōt, -ˌdōth, -ˌdōs\

Definition of AGGADAH

:  ancient Jewish lore forming especially the nonlegal part of the Talmud

Origin of AGGADAH

Hebrew haggādhāh
First Known Use: 1856


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