Definition of hora
: a circle dance of Romania and Israel
Recent Examples of hora from the Web
The Conservative movement’s debates over intermarriage are not just about which rabbis will or won’t bless couples or dance the hora or welcome unconverted Jews into their communities.
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Origin and Etymology of hora
Modern Hebrew hōrāh, from Romanian horă
First Known Use: 1853See Words from the same year
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