Definition of kosher:
- Ceremonially clean, according to Jewish law; - applied to food, esp. to meat of animals slaughtered according to the requirements of Jewish law. Opposed to tref. Hence, designating a shop, store, house, etc., where such food is sold or used.
- food; also, a kosher shop.
- To prepare in conformity with the requirements of the Jewish law, as meat.
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- "How and When to Be Your Own Doctor", Dr. Isabelle A. Moser with Steve Solomon.
There is this difference between the cellar of the Semite Syrian and that of the Semite Jew: in the first we eat mojadderah, in the second, kosher but stinking flesh; in the first we read poetry and play the lute, in the second we fight about the rent and the division of the profits of the day; in the first we sleep in linen " as white as the wings of the dove," in the second on pieces of smelly blankets; the first is redolent of ottar of roses, Shakib's favourite perfume, the second is especially made insufferable by that stench which is peculiar to every Hebrew hive.- "The Book of Khalid", Ameen Rihani.
Consumed with a desire for education, wealthy Russian Jews made an attempt to establish higher schools of their own, without even drawing upon the surplus money of the kosher- meat fund, which had originally been created for such purposes.- "The Haskalah Movement in Russia", Jacob S. Raisin.