Definition of Shabuoth

1. Noun. (Judaism) Jewish holy day celebrated on the sixth of Sivan to celebrate Moses receiving the Ten Commandments.

Exact synonyms: Feast Of Weeks, Pentecost, Shavous, Shavuot, Shavuoth
Category relationships: Judaism
Generic synonyms: Jewish Holy Day
Derivative terms: Pentecostal



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Shabuoth

Sezary cell
Sezary erythroderma
Sfax
Sfs
Sg.
Sgs.
Sgt
Sha'aban
Sha'ban
Shaaban
Shaanxi
Shabbas
Shabbat
Shabbos
Shabo
Shabuoth
Shadow Cabinet
Shadrach
Shaelyn
Shaffer-Hartmann method
Shafiite
Shafiites
Shaftesburian
Shaftesbury
Shaftesburyan
Shah
Shah Alam
Shah Jahan
Shah Palavi
Shah of Iran

Literary usage of Shabuoth

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Selections for Homes and Schools by Marion L. Simons Misch (1911)
"... LIGHT shabuoth When Israel to the wilderness Had fled from Pharaoh's cruel might, The Eternal sent, to lead them on, A cloud by day, a fire by night. ..."

2. Annual Convention by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1914)
"The connection between confirmation and the observance of shabuoth is ... The religious significance of shabuoth furnishes, both on sentimental and rational ..."

3. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1914)
"The connection between confirmation and the observance of shabuoth is ... The religious significance of shabuoth furnishes, both on sentimental and rational ..."

4. Biblical Commentary on the Psalms by Franz Delitzsch, Francis Bolton (1871)
"... during the continuance of the Temple (and in Palestine even in the present day), viz. once at the Passover, once at shabuoth, eight times at Succoth, ..."

5. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"... and Jews until a few years ago were accustomed to assemble there on the second day of shabuoth (Feast of Weeks) to recite psalms and chant excerpts from ..."

6. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"... and Jews until a few years ago were accustomed to assemble there on the second day of shabuoth (Feast of Weeks) to recite psalms and chant excerpts from ..."

7. New Judea: Jewish Life in Modern Palestine and Egypt by Benjamin Lee Gordon (1919)
"... Christ held the Passover there (the last supper) ; and Jews until a few years ago were accustomed to assemble there on the second day of shabuoth (Feast ..."

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