Definition of Shabbos in English:

Shabbos

Line breaks: Shab|bos
Pronunciation: /ˈʃabəs
 
/
(also Shabbes)

noun

(Among Ashkenazic Jews) the Sabbath: we didn’t cook on Shabbos [as exclamation]: Good Shabbos, Mr Schoen Compare with Shabbat.
More example sentences
  • It has been said, ‘Even more than Israel has kept the Shabbos, the Shabbos has kept Israel.’
  • I came with the yeshiva to wish patients a good Shabbos.
  • This is, by no means, to suggest that those in positions of power and decision - making should just pray to God, eat strictly kosher food, keep the Shabbos and hope for the best.

Origin

Yiddish, from Hebrew šabbāṯ.

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