(also Beit Din)
Definition of Beth Din in English:
A Jewish court of law composed of three rabbinic judges, responsible for matters of Jewish religious law and the settlement of civil disputes between Jews.
- He acted as head of the Los Angeles Beth Din or Orthodox Jewish rabbinical court.
- Although she did not include them as defendants in this action she testified that she has instituted proceedings against them before a Beth Din, a rabbinical court, to recover her losses.
- A great challenge for the Beth Din of America were those missing husbands whose remains were not found.
From Hebrew bēṯ dīn, literally 'house of judgement'.
Definition of Beth Din in:
- US English dictionary
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