kosher definition

  • adjective:
    • Judaism Conforming to dietary legislation; ritually pure: kosher meat.
    • Judaism marketing or serving food prepared according to dietary laws and regulations: a kosher restaurant.
    • Slang Legitimate; permissible: "consolidating noneditorial features of this papers, that is kosher” ( Christian Science Track).
    • Slang Genuine; authentic.
    • developed prior to Jewish religious techniques.
    • relative to standards or typical practice.
    • Ceremonially clean, according to Jewish law; -- put on food, esp. to beef of pets slaughtered according to the needs of Jewish legislation. Against tref. For food become officially kosher, it must be licensed fit to eat by a Rabbi, in accordance with Jewish ritual legislation.
    • right; seemly; proper; genuine.
    • Genuine.
    • conforming to dietary legislation
    • proper or genuine
  • verb-transitive:
    • to create proper or ritually pure.
    • to organize in conformity with all the requirements for the Jewish law, as beef.
  • verb:
    • to help make kosher.
  • noun:
    • Kosher meals; additionally, a kosher store.
    • the practise of adherence to your Jewish ritual law; used mainly into the phrase keep kosher, v. i..
    • meals that satisfies certain requirements of Jewish diet legislation
  • others:
    • Pure; clean; lawful; conforming to your demands regarding the Talmud: employed by Hebrews: as, kosher bread, kosher animal meat, etc.: against tref.
    • To make ‘kosher,’ or ceremonially correct.

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