Definition of Sukkah

1. Noun. (Judaism) A temporary dwelling or booth used by practising Jews during Tabernacles. ¹



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Definition of Sukkah

1. a temporary shelter in which meals are eaten during a Jewish festival [n -KAHS or -KOTH or -KOT]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sukkah

suits
suits up
suivante
suivantes
suivez
sujee
sujees
suji
sujuk
sujuks
suk
sukh
sukhs
sukiyaki
sukiyakis
sukkah (current term)
sukkahs
sukkos
sukkot
sukotyro
suks
suksdorfia
sukuinage
sukun
sukuns
sul ponticello
sulbactam
sulbentine
sulcal
sulcate

Literary usage of Sukkah

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

1. The Path of Kabbalah by Michael Laitman, Rav Michael Laitman Phd (2005)
"We must create that spiritual system called sukkah within us. This system will reflect our interrelations with the Light that surrounds us. ..."

2. Sermons by American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1896)
"This sukkah reminds us of our whole life. What is our body but a sukkah? ... Yet there is something that is left when the sukkah is broken up, ..."

3. Faiths of Man: A Cyclopædia of Religions by James George Roche Forlong (1906)
"... translate both the Hebrew Ohel or " tent," and the Hebrew sukkah or " booth. ... According to the Mishnah (sukkah) they poured out water, and celebrated ..."

4. Year Book of the Central Conference of American Rabbis by Central Conference of American Rabbis (1910)
"53 report the erection of a sukkah either in the Temple, or in the vestry rooms ... In the sukkah the people gather, say the Kiddush blessing and the Motzi. ..."

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