Definición de challah en inglés:

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challah

Pronunciación: /ˈhɑːlə/
/xɑːˈlɑː/

sustantivo (plural challahs or chalot, chaloth /xɑːˈlɒt/)

A plaited loaf of white leavened bread, traditionally baked to celebrate the Jewish sabbath.
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • At the Jewish New Year the challah is baked in a circle, symbolizing the cyclical nature of life.
  • She brought two bags full of kosher food: grape juice to make Kiddush, challahs, a virtual smorgasbord of goodies, and - this was Texas, after all - a juicy, kosher steak.
  • I think he and I both know I could no sooner bake a challah than train an elephant - and I don't really want to attempt either.

Origen

From Hebrew ḥallah.

Palabras que riman con challah

Carla, Douala, gala, Guatemala, Gujranwala, impala, kabbala, Kampala, koala, La Scala, Lingala, Mahler, Marsala, masala, nyala, parlour (US parlor), Sinhala, snarler, tala, tambala, Uppsala

For editors and proofreaders

Saltos de línea: chal|lah

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