erub

noun
variants: or eruv \āˈrüv, ˈāˌrəv\

Definition of erub

plural erubin or eruvin \ārüˈvēn, āˈrüvin\
: a means (such as a symbolic alteration of a boundary) provided in Jewish law for extending the strict limits anciently placed upon movements of persons and goods on the Sabbath and so accommodating the laws to the needs of daily life

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Origin and Etymology of erub

Hebrew ʽērūbh


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