Definition of Habdalah

1. Proper noun. (alternative form of Havdalah) ¹



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Definition of Habdalah

1. a Jewish ceremony [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Habdalah

haad
haaf
haafs
haak
haapalaite
haar
haars
haarscheibe
haarscheibe tumour
hab or nab
habanera
habaneras
habanero
habaneros
habdabs
habdalah (current term)
habdalahs
habeas
habeas corpus
habeases
habena
habenal
habendum
habendums
habenula
habenula of caecum
habenulae
habenulae perforata
habenular

Literary usage of Habdalah

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1. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1899)
"... that over one cup the benediction of wine, Kiddush, of the season, of light, and the habdalah should be pronounced, and Rabba said, of wine, Kiddush, ..."

2. How Christ Said the First Mass, Or, The Lord's Last Supper: The Rites and by James Luke Meagher (1908)
"When the time for the habdalah prayer arrived, the servant of Rabha lit several candles, and joined them into one flame. R. Jacob said to him ' Why dost ..."

3. Jewish Ceremonial Institutions and Customs by William Rosenau (1912)
"The " habdalah " has been preserved in all synagogues, the members of which believe in strict adherence to the Sabbath law as laid down by the Rabbis. ..."

4. Geonica by Louis Ginzberg (1909)
"Nevertheless, it is recognised as an interpolation by the circumstance that it is a piece put in between the habdalah and the draining of the ..."

5. On the divine liturgy in the Book of common prayer by George W. Hunter (1881)
"Blessed be Thou O LORD, Who hast separated between holy and common. The habdalah, and the usages generally, after evening prayer are very old. page 12G. ..."

6. A Short Survey of the Literature of Rabbinical and Mediæval Judaism by William Oscar Emil Oesterley, George Herbert Box (1920)
"The habdalah. This is primarily a home service, and is always said at the ... The word habdalah means " Separation," ie between the holy Sabbath and the ..."

7. Jewish Laws and Customs: Some of the Laws and Usages of the Children of the by Alfred Kingsley Glover (1900)
"The "habdalah" is the late Sabbath afternoon rite by which the pious Jew separates between the holy day and the week of workdays. ..."

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