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A Hebrew term of uncertain ,meaning, in the superscriptions of 13 psalms. It possibly means “contemplative poem.” Some think that a word similar in form, translated ‘serve with discretion,’ may be related in ,meaning,. —2Ch 30:22; Ps 32:Sup.
Maskilim synonyms, Maskilim pronunciation, Maskilim translation, English dictionary ,definition, of Maskilim. n. an 18th–19th-century movement among central and E European Jews, intended to modernize Jews and Judaism by encouraging adoption of secular European...
What does ,maskilic mean,? An interesting comment thread developed around this post at Dan's Seforim blog , regarding a ban of R. Dov Eliach's iii volume biography of the Vilna Ga ' on, הגאון , particularly the wording which considers the book to contain דברי המשכילים, so that it is ,maskilic, in nature.
The word "maskil," with the ,meaning, of "scholar" or "enlightened man," was used by Isaac Israeli, who died in 1326 ("my colleagues, the maskilim"; "Yesod 'Olam," ii. 11, Berlin, 1846). But in some places "maskil" meant one who held a secondary rabbinical position corresponding to that of dayyan, and Jehiel Heilprin ("'Erke ha-Kinnuyim," p. 45b, Dyhernfurth, 1806) so defines it.