noun suk·kah \ˈs-kə\

Definition of SUKKAH

:  a booth or shelter with a roof of branches and leaves that is used especially for meals during the Sukkoth

Origin of SUKKAH

Hebrew sukkāh
First Known Use: 1875

Rhymes with SUKKAH


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