Synagogue etymology


English word synagogue comes from Ancient Greek σύν, Ancient Greek ἄγετε, Ancient Greek συνάγειν, and later Latin synagoga (Congregation (of Jews). Synagogue.)

Etymology of synagogue

Detailed word origin of synagogue

Dictionary entry Language Definition
σύν Ancient Greek (grc)
ἄγετε Ancient Greek (grc)
συνάγειν Ancient Greek (grc)
συνάγω Ancient Greek (grc)
συναγωγή Ancient Greek (grc)
synagoga Latin (lat) Congregation (of Jews). Synagogue.
synagoge Old French (fro)
synagogue English (en) A congregation of Jews for the purpose of worship or religious study.. A place of worship for Jews.

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