ethrog

noun eth·rog \ˈesˌrōg\
variants: or

etrog

or

esrog

\ˈesˌrōg\

Definition of ethrog

plural

ethrogim

or

etrogim

\ˌethrōˈgim, ˌet‧r-\ or

esrogim

\esˈrōgim\ or

ethrogs

or

etrogs

or

esrogs

  1. :  the fruit of the citron (Citrus medica) anciently used with the palm branch in the celebration of Sukkoth and still used by Jews as a symbol of that occasion — compare lulab

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Origin and Etymology of ethrog

Hebrew ethrōgh


First Known Use: 1834


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