sustantivo (plural usually eruvim /ˌero͝oˈvēm/)Judaism
An urban area enclosed by a wire boundary that symbolically extends the private domain of Jewish households into public areas, permitting activities within it that are normally forbidden in public on the Sabbath.
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Moreover, the Orthodox wouldn't be able to attend synagogue on the Sabbath without an eruv.
- The Eruv Association then sued for a court order protecting their eruv and permitting the lechis to remain in place.
- However, my first Shabbat in Vancouver, I was informed that one is not allowed to carry anything on Shabbat (in the absence of an eruv, which didn't exist).
from Hebrew ῾ērūḇ, from a base meaning 'mixture'.
Más definiciones de eruvDefinición de eruv en:
- el diccionario Inglés británico e internacional