shul “synagogue,” 1874, from Yiddish shul, from Ger. Schule (see SCHOOL (Cf. school)).

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  • shul* — shul or schul [[t]ʃul, ʃʊl[/t]] n. pl. shuln (shooln, shooln), eng. shuls. jud Yiddish a synagogue …   From formal English to slang

  • shul — [sho͞ol] n. [Yiddish, lit., school < MHG schuol, school < L schola, SCHOOL1] SYNAGOGUE …   English World dictionary

  • shul — me·shul·lah; shul; me·shul·lach; …   English syllables

  • shul — noun also schul ˈshu̇l sometimes ˈshül ( s) Etymology: Yiddish shul, from Middle High German schuol, schuole, literally, school, from Old High German scuola, from Latin schola more at school …   Useful english dictionary

  • shul — noun /ʃuːl,ʃʊl/ The synagogue. That Ashers mind would have also been on Elohim, at this moment receiving prayers in Ashers shul, goes without saying …   Wiktionary

  • shul — noun Etymology: Yiddish, school, synagogue, from Middle High German schuol school Date: 1771 synagogue …   New Collegiate Dictionary

  • shul — /shoohl, shool/, n., pl. shuln /shoohln, shooln/, Yiddish. a synagogue. Also, schul. * * * …   Universalium

  • shul — n. synagogue (from Yiddish) …   English contemporary dictionary

  • shul —    , schul    (shool) [Yiddish] A synagogue …   Dictionary of foreign words and phrases

  • shul — [ʃu:l] noun a synagogue. Origin C19: Yiddish, from Ger. Schule school …   English new terms dictionary

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