mahzor

noun
mah·zor
variants: or machzor \mäḵˈzȯ(ə)r, ˈmäḵzə(r) \
plural mahzorim or machzorim\ˌmäḵzȯˈrēm \ or mahzors or machzors

Definition of mahzor 

: a Hebrew prayer book containing the Jewish liturgy for festivals — compare siddur

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History and Etymology for mahzor

Hebrew maḥăzōr, literally, cycle

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