Definition of Succah

1. Noun. (alternative spelling of sukkah) ¹



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Definition of Succah

1. sukkah [n -CAHS or -COTH] - See also: sukkah

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Succah

subworker
subworkers
subworld
subworlds
subwriter
subwriters
subxiphisternal
subzero
subzonal
subzone
subzones
subzygomatic
suc-
succade
succades
succah (current term)
succahs
succedane
succedanea
succedaneous
succedanes
succedaneum
succedaneums
succede
succedent
succedes
succeed
succeedant
succeeded
succeeder

Literary usage of Succah

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1. The History of the Talmud, from the Time of Its Formation, about 200 B. C by Michael Lewy Rodkinson (1903)
"succah with boards, the size of same, and how they are to be laid. ... About a reed mat made for sleeping on, whether a succah can be covered with it; ..."

2. New Edition of the Babylonian Talmud (1899)
"succah with boards, the size of same, and how they are to be laid. ... About a reed mat made for sleeping on, whether a succah can be covered with it ..."

3. Hebraic Literature: Translations from the Talmud, Midrashim and Kabbala by Maurice Henry Harris (1901)
"succah, fol. 51, col. 2. The Rabbis teach that during a prosperous year in the land of Israel, a place sown with a measure of seed produces five ..."

4. The Minor Prophets: With a Commentary Explanatory and Practical and by Edward Bouverie Pusey (1885)
"Now we happen to know that the Jewish succah, or booth, being formed of the interlaced branches of trees, did not exclude the sun. ..."

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