Definition of Targum
: an Aramaic translation or paraphrase of a portion of the Old Testament
Origin of targum
Late Hebrew targūm, from Aramaic, translation
First Known Use: 1587
Rhymes with targum
abloom, assume, backroom, ballroom, barroom, bathroom, bedroom, boardroom, bridegroom, broadloom, chat room, checkroom, classroom, clean room, cloakroom, coatroom, consume, costume, courtroom, darkroom, dayroom, entomb, enwomb, exhume, foredoom, front room, great room, greenroom, guardroom, gun room, headroom, heirloom, homeroom, houseroom, illume, inhume, jibboom, Khartoum, legroom, legume, lunchroom, men's room, mudroom, mushroom, newsroom, perfume, playroom, poolroom, pressroom, presume, push broom, relume, restroom, resume, salesroom, schoolroom, Scotch broom, sea room, showroom, sickroom, simoom, squad room, stateroom, stockroom, storeroom, strong room, subsume, sunroom, taproom, tearoom, throne room, toolroom, wardroom, washroom, weight room, whisk broom, white room, workroom
Learn More about targum
Britannica.com: Encyclopedia article about "Targum"
Seen and Heard
What made you want to look up Targum? Please tell us where you read or heard it (including the quote, if possible).