Definition of Lag b'Omer
1. Noun. (Judaism) Jewish holy day; the 33rd day after the 2nd day of Passover; the 18th day of Iyar.
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Literary usage of Lag b'Omer
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1. The Tribune Almanac and Political Register by Horace Greeley (1912)
"... March 10 First Day of Passover Tuesday, April 2 Lag B'Omer Sunday, May В Rosh-Chodesh Wednesday, Thursday, April 17-18 Day of Omer. ..."
2. The Jewish Religion Ethically Presented by H. (Henry) Pereira Mendes (1905)
"LAG B'OMER.— (Lit. 33d in Omer.) The 33d day of the Omer (See Chap, xvi), on which day certain religious restrictions are removed. (LAG LA-OMER, Sephardim. ..."
3. International Religious Freedom (2000): Report to Congress by the Department edited by Barbara Larkin (2001)
"An Embassy political officer attended the May 22-23, 2000 Jewish El Ghriba pilgrimage in Jerba in commemoration of the Jewish festival of Lag B'Omer. ..."
4. Images of Israel by Hanan Isachar, Danny Ben-Tal, Hedva Isachar Canetti (1994)
"The festivity was first inaugurated in the 16th century Safed and it takes place every year on Lag B'Omer, the of the rabbi. The throngs celebrate with ..."
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