yom kippur

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Day of Atonement
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Day of Atonement
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A particular Jewish holiday, the day of atonement, falling on the tenth day of the Hebrew month of Tishrei
Yom Kippur is the religious holiday when Jewish people do not eat, but say prayers asking to be forgiven for the things they have done wrong. It is in September or October. a Jewish religious holiday on which people do not eat, but pray to be forgiven for the things they have done wrong. English Day of Atonement Jewish religious holiday, observed on the 10th day of the lunar month of Tishri (in late September or early October). It concludes the 10 days of repentance that begin with Rosh Hashanah. Its purpose is to purify the individual and community by forgiving the sins of others and by repenting one's own sins against God. Before the destruction of the Temple of Jerusalem, the high priest performed a sacrificial ceremony that concluded with the death of a scapegoat. Today it is marked by fasting and abstention from sex. Its eve, when the Kol Nidre is recited, and the entire day of Yom Kippur, are spent in prayer and meditation
Jewish holiday on which people fast and pray to atone for their sins
Yom Kippur is the holiest day of the Jewish year, marked by fasting and teshuvah, particularly through confession of sin
(Hebrew for "Day of Atonement") Annual day of fasting, penitence, and atonement, occurring in the fall on Tishri 10 (just after Rosh Hashanah); the most solemn and important occasion of the Jewish religious year
Day of Atonement
the Day of Atonement
The Day of Atonement The holiest and most solemn day in the Jewish calendar In temple times, this was the day the High Priest would approach the throne of God in the Holy of Holies to seek atonement for the sins of the people Marked by fasting and abstinence from marital relations and use of cosmetics and toiletries See Article
Day of Atonement, the Jewish holiday of to atonement for the sins of the past year; a complete 25-hour fast Z
   Hebrew, "Day of Atonement " The Jewish holy day of fasting and repentance
The Day of Atonement (the tenth of Tishrei); see Ch 44 Shulchan Aruch, Copyright (c) 2000 Project Genesis, Inc
(yom-KIP-per): the Day of Atonement; the most solemn Jewish holiday, marked by fasting and prayer
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Day of Atonement Day of Atonement
"Day of Atonement " A solemn day of fasting and prayer concluding ten days of penitence that began on Rosh Hashanah
the Day of Atonement-holiest day in the Jewish year, when all sins are forgiven
(Judaism) a solemn Jewish fast day; 10th of Tishri; its observance is one of the requirements of the Mosaic Law
Yom Kippur War
war between Israel and the neighboring Arab nations which began on Yom Kippur in October 1973
Yom Kippur.
Day of Atonement
yom kippur

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    yōm kîpır


    day of atonement


    /ˈyōm ˈkəpər/ /ˈjoʊm ˈkɪpɜr/


    [ "yOm-ki-'pur, "yom-, "yäm ] (noun.) 1854. From Hebrew יוֹם כִּפּוּר (yom kippúr), literally "day of atonement".

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