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n. The eleventh month of the Jewish calendar (or fifth if counting from Nisan).
n. Rabbi Israel ben Eliezer, widely regarded as the founder of Hasidic Judaism.
n. The fifth aliyah in a Torah service.
n. Half kaddish: a prayer that praises God and occurs several times during services, marking the separation between different parts of the service.
n. The second month of the Jewish calendar (or eighth if counting from Nisan).
n. "Four cubits", a unit of measurement in halacha in ritual and property law.
n. The twelfth month of the Jewish calendar (or sixth if counting from Nisan).
interj. "A customary greeting among Jews on Yom Kippur [and the period between Yom Kippur and Rosh haShanah]" (JPS). lit. "a good end of [the process of] sealing [in the Book of Life]".
n. "Binding and bedecking of the Torah scroll[.]" (Glinert)
n. Myrtle, one of the arba minim used ritually on Sukkot.
n. The ceremonial raising of a Sefer Torah for all the congregation to see.
adj. Relating to or dictated by halacha.
adv. According to halacha, with regard to halacha.
n. The eighth month of the Jewish calendar (or second if counting from Nisan).
n. A vegetable (traditionally a green, leafy one, namely parsley, but can be any vegetable that grows from the ground) used in the Passover seder to symbolize new spring
prop. n. The third month of the Jewish calendar (or ninth if counting from Nisan).
prop. n. The thirty-third day of the Omer on which the Omer's customs of semi-mourning pause for a day and on which it is a tradition to hold a bonfire and celebrate.
n. The Jewish evening prayer service.