Definition of sukkah
: a booth or shelter with a roof of branches and leaves that is used especially for meals during the Sukkoth
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Anon Geva, the founder of an Israeli winery in which Mr. Friedman’s son’s company invested, said Mr. Freidman had invited everyone connected with the winery — about 30 people — for dinner one year in the sukkah.
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Origin and Etymology of sukkah
First Known Use: 1875See Words from the same year
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