noun Tish·ah–b'Ab \ˈti-shə-ˌbäv, -ˌbv\

Definition of TISHAH-B'AB

:  a Jewish holiday observed with fasting on the ninth of Ab in commemoration of the destruction of the temples at Jerusalem

Origin of TISHAH-B'AB

Hebrew tishʽāh bĕ Ābh ninth in Ab
First Known Use: circa 1902


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