What is Masoretic?

  • (adj): Of or relating to the Masorah.

Some articles on masoretic:

Modern English Bible Translations - 20th and 21st Century Translations - Masoretic Text / Jewish Translations
... Jewish translations follow the Masoretic Text, and are usually published in bilingual editions with the Hebrew text facing the English translation ... As translations of the Masoretic bible, Jewish translations contain neither the apocrypha nor the Christian New Testament ...
God In Judaism - YHWH
... most likely developed in the High Middle Ages by masoretic scholars ... However some scholars argue that the masoretic pronunciation may very well reflect an old tradition, given that the vowels of "Jehovah" and "Adonai" are in fact ... This suggests that the masoretic vowel points for YHWH were also used in ancient Hebrew names and is therefore likely to be to proper vowel points of the name ...
Mighty Men Of David - Abishai
... According to most manuscripts of the masoretic text, Abishai became the commander of The Three, but according to the Syriac Peshitta, and a few masoretic text manuscripts, Abishai instead became the commander of The ... this is directly because he was their commander (as with the masoretic text), or whether he was commander of The Thirty (as with the Septuagint) and The Three were a subgroup of ...
Dating Creation - Abrahamic Religions - Masoretic
... After the Masoretic text was published, however, dating creation around 4000 BC became common, and was received with wide support ... Proposed calculations of the date of creation using the Masoretic from the 10th century to the 18th century include Marianus Scotus (4192 BC), Maimonides (4058 BC), Henri Spondanus (4051 BC ... Among the Masoretic creation estimates or calculations for the date of creation only Archbishop Ussher's specific chronology dating the creation to 4004 BC became the most accepted and popular, mainly because this ...
Aleppo Codex
... be the most accurate representation of Masoretic principles in any extant manuscript, containing very few errors among the roughly 2.7 million orthographic details that make ... Aleppo Codex as the most authoritative representative of the masoretic tradition, both its letter-text and its vocalization (niqqud and cantillation), although most of its ...