simhah

noun sim·hah \ˈsimḵə\
variants: or

simcha

\ˈsimḵə\

Definition of simhah

plural

simhoth

or

simhot

\-ˌḵōt(h), -ōs\ or

simhas

\-ḵəz\ or

simchoth

or

simchot

\-ˌḵōt(h), -ōs\ or

simchas

\-ḵəz\
  1. :  a happy occasion :  a joyous celebration (such as a bar mitzvah) the neighbors were guests at the family simhah

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Origin and Etymology of simhah

Hebrew śimḥāh rejoicing, mirth


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