ashre

noun \ äˈshrā \

Definition of ashre

plural ashre
:a recital in the daily Jewish liturgy of the two verses from Psalms 84 and 144 followed by the recitation of Psalm 145

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Origin and Etymology of ashre

Hebrew ashrē happy, the first word of the first two verses (Psalms 84:4 & 144:15) of the recital


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