Definition of Machzor

1. Noun. (Judaism) A prayerbook for the holidays of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur. ¹



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Definition of Machzor

1. mahzor [n -ZORIM or -ZORS] - See also: mahzor

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Machzor

macho
macho-man
macho man
macho men
machoism
machoisms
machomen
machoness
machos
machree
machrees
machs
machzor (current term)
machzorim
machzors
macies
macilency
macilent
macing
macintosh
macintoshes
mack
mack daddies
mack daddy
mackayite
mackayites
macked

Literary usage of Machzor

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1. The Biographical Dictionary of the Society for the Diffusion of Useful (1843)
"This prayer is in the " machzor," or Jewish service book, ... This prayer is in a " machzor " of the German Jews, which is among the manuscripts in the ..."

2. Annual Report of the Union of American Hebrew Congregations by Union of American Hebrew Congregations (1892)
"machzor for Rosh Hashonah and Yom Kippur. Amsterdam, 1740. ... machzor for Pesach and Yom Kippur, 3 vol. Offenbach, 1803. Post-Biblical History of the Jews, ..."

3. Studies in Judaism: First Series by Solomon Schechter (1896)
"Take, for example, Benjamin, the copyist of a certain machzor in the Museum (Add. 11639). This machzor was written in times of bitter persecution. ..."

4. Jews' College Jubilee Volume by Isidore Harris (1906)
"Translation of the ordinary Prayers and Translation of the easier portions of the machzor. 5. Grammar. — Elementary. — Analysis and Parsing. ..."

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