Category: Judaism - Holidays - Sukkot

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'Sukkot' in Hebrew
Note: This is also spelled Succot in English. It is also spelled and pronounced Succos (with the accent on the first syllable) by many Jews of European origin.
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'Blessing' in Hebrew
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'Citron' in Hebrew
The citron / etrog is one of the "four species" taken and waved together on Sukkot. The other 3 species are a palm branch, myrtle twigs and willow branches.
Hear "Citron" pronounced in Modern Hebrew by an Israeli:


'Covering' in Hebrew
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'Decorations' in Hebrew
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'Desert' in Hebrew
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'Eighth Day of Assembly' in Hebrew
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'Four Species' in Hebrew
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'Myrtle Twigs' in Hebrew
Myrtle twigs / hadasim are one of the "four species" taken and waved together on Sukkot. The other 3 species are a citron, a palm branch and willow branches.
Hear "Myrtle Twigs" pronounced in Modern Hebrew by an Israeli:


'Palm Branch' in Hebrew
The palm branch / lulav is one of the "four species" taken and waved together on Sukkot. The other 3 species are a citron, myrtle twigs and willow branches.
Hear "Palm Branch" pronounced in Modern Hebrew by an Israeli:


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