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Habdalah

Saltos de línea: Hab|da¦lah
Pronunciación: /havˈdɑːlə
 
/
(also Havdalah)

Definición de Habdalah en inglés:

sustantivo

A Jewish religious ceremony or formal prayer marking the end of the Sabbath.
Example sentences
  • As the Shabbat came to a close we recited the words in the Havdalah from the story of Purim, a prayer repeated optimistically by Jews for generations.
  • We finish Havdalah, the ceremony that separates Shabbat from the rest of the week, with an unspoken urgency; at its conclusion, we will wordlessly dash to the computer to check the news.
  • At the Synagogue bright photos and a clean design draw the very young reader into such rituals as Simchat Torah, Havdalah, and Shabbat.

Origen

from Hebrew haḇdālāh 'separation, division'.

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