Tawrizi, Judah Meir ben Abraham
TAWRIZI, JUDAH MEIR BEN ABRAHAM
TAWRIZI, JUDAH MEIR BEN ABRAHAM (d. before 1646), Karaite physician and author living in Jerusalem. His works comprise an Arabic commentary on the Book of Esther, in which he frequently quotes *Rabbanite authors and cites Rabbanite customs, and mentions the *blood libel; and glosses to the code of Karaite law (entitled al-Murshid) of *Samuel al-Maghribī, in which he too refers to Rabbanite codes. He also composed Hebrew liturgical hymns. The appellation Tawrīzī (less correctly Taurīzī) is said to be a dialectal form of Tabrīzī, indicating that the family originated in the Persian city of *Tabriz. Judah Meir's son, abraham meir, also practiced medicine and wrote liturgical poetry.
Steinschneider, Arab Lit, 258; Mann, Texts, 2 (1935), 70f., 106–8.
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