(context, Kabbalah) The ten attributes that God created through which he can project himself to the universe and man.
Etymology: From Hebrew (HEchar, ) Standard Hebrew, Tiberian Hebrew SÉpÌíríá.
2006, Thomas Pynchon, Against the Day, Vintage 2007, p. 256:
- :Other nights, depending on how swanky the function and fashionable the gown, there might also be observed, tattooed in exquisite symmetry below Madame Eskimoff's bared nape, the Kabbalist Tree of Life, with the names of the spelled out in Hebrew, which had brought her more than enough of that uniquely snot-nosed British anti-Semitism
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