lulab

noun lu·lab \ˈlüˌläv, -ləv\
variants: or

lulav

less commonly

lulov

\ˈlüˌläv, -ləv\

Definition of lulab

plural

lulabim

or

lulavim

\ˌlüləˈvēm\ or

lulabs

or

lulavs

\ˈlüˌlävz, -ləvz\ also

lulovim

\lüˈlȯvə̇m, -vēm\ or

lulovs

  1. :  the traditional festive palm branch that is carried and waved during the festival of Sukkoth — compare ethrog

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Origin and Etymology of lulab

Hebrew lūlābh branch


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