Aggadah

noun
Ag·​ga·​dah | \ə-ˈgä-də, -ˈgȯ-;ˌä-gä-ˈdä\
plural Aggadot\ə-​ˈgä-​ˌdōt, -​ˌdōth, -​ˌdōs \

Definition of Aggadah 

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

First Known Use of Aggadah

1602, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Aggadah

borrowed from Jewish Babylonian Aramaic aggādhāh & Mishnaic Hebrew haggādhāh, literally, "telling, tale, lesson"

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