Crossword clues for tov
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Tov may refer to:
- Tales of Vesperia, a video game which is the tenth mothership title in the Tales series.
- Treaty of Versailles, the 1919 peace treaty that followed the Versailles Peace Conference and officially ended World War I.
- Treaty of Versailles (1756), a defense alliance treaty between France and Austria; see Diplomatic Revolution
- Treaty of Versailles (1757), expansion of 1756 Versailles treaty to Saxony, Sweden and Russia; see Diplomatic Revolution
- Treaty of Versailles (1758), confirmation of 1757 and 1756 Versailles treaties
- Treaty of Versailles (1768), in which the Republic of Genoa ceded Corsica to France
- Treaty of Versailles (1774), between France and Spain regarding contraband
- Treaties of Versailles (1783), ended French and Spanish hostilities against Great Britain in the American Revolutionary War
- Treaty of Versailles (1787), between France and Vietnam agreeing to military support in exchange for trade advantages
- Treaty of Versailles of 1871, ended the Franco-Prussian War
- Small Treaty of Versailles, an additional treaty signed on the same date as the 1919 Treaty of Versailles between some of the newly established nations and the League of Nations
- Tolman–Oppenheimer–Volkoff limit
- The Hebrew word meaning "good"
- Töv, one of the 21 provinces of Mongolia
Usage examples of "tov".
There is no doubt that, along with the Ari and the Baal Shem Tov, Abulafia is one of the great masters of Kabbalah.
Shem Tov the Sephardi started as a philosophical skeptic who had examined other systems first.
But thinking he had nothing to lose, Shem Tov the Sephardi cleared his mind of extraneous thoughts, sat down with pen, paper, and ink, and started permutating the letters.
Praying with all his might, Shem Tov the Sephardi bravely continued permutating the letters of the highest Name of God, whereupon he was overcome by spiritual rapture of such intensity that he felt himself soaked from head to foot by a sudden rush of warm oil.
Shem Tov the Sephardi confides to other aspiring practitioners of meditation on the Name.
Eleazar, the Baal Shem Tov, or Master of the Holy Name, took the cosmology and practice of the Lurianic Kabbalah and made it accessible to the capacities of ordinary men.
Bal Shem Tov, is only acceptable to God if it flows from a joyous heart.
According to the teachings of the Baal Shem Tov, only the individual himself can pierce the veil that hides God from man.
Baal Shem Tov hid his wisdom under a mantle of laziness and near idiocy.
May of 1734, the Baal Shem Tov descended from the mountains with his wife and announced to his brother-in-law that the time had come for him to reveal himself to the world.
In 1760 the Baal Shem Tov died, but not before he had brought the Kabbalah down from the angels and placed it securely in the physical hands of men.
Baal Shem Tov taught that to become one with prayer was to become one with God.
Suddenly there was a knock at the door and a messenger informed him that the Baal Shem Tov had something still further to say.
The Maggid suddenly felt the room grow warm and saw it filled with radiant light which only faded when the Baal Shem Tov stopped talking.
The generation of Hasidic masters who followed after the death of the Baal Shem Tov exerted harsh disciplines against distraction in the study hall, even going so far as to extract confessions from their disciples about their most intimate thoughts and to intrude on their marital duties.