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Sukkoth

noun Suk·koth \ˈs-kəs, -ˌkōt, -ˌkōth, -ˌkōs\

Definition of SUKKOTH

:  a Jewish harvest festival beginning on the 15th of Tishri and commemorating the temporary shelters used by the Jews during their wandering in the wilderness

Variants of SUKKOTH

Suk·koth or Suk·kot \ˈs-kəs, -ˌkōt, -ˌkōth, -ˌkōs\

Origin of SUKKOTH

Hebrew sukkōth, plural of sukkāh
First Known Use: circa 1868

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