Lag b'Omer

noun \ˈläg-ˈbō-mər, ˌläg-bə-ˈō-\

Definition of LAG B'OMER

:  a Jewish holiday falling on the 33d day of the Omer and commemorating the heroism of Bar Kokhba and Akiba ben Joseph

Origin of LAG B'OMER

Hebrew, 33d in Omer
First Known Use: 1874

Rhymes with LAG B'OMER


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