Haphtarah

Haphtarah

[Sephardic Hebrew hahf-tah-rah; Ashkenazic Hebrew hahf-taw-ruh, -toh-]
noun, plural Haphtaroth, Haphtarot, Haphtaros [Sephardic Hebrew hahf-tah-rawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew hahf-taw-rohs, -roht, -toh-] , Haphtarahs. Judaism.
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Haftarah or Haphtarah (hɑːfˈtəʊrə, Hebrew haftaˈraː, hɑːfˈtəʊrə, Hebrew haftaˈraː)
 
n , pl -taroth
Judaism See also maftir a short reading from the Prophets which follows the reading from the Torah on Sabbaths and festivals, and relates either to the theme of the Torah reading or to the observances of the day
 
Haphtarah or Haphtarah (hɑːfˈtəʊrə, Hebrew haftaˈraː, hɑːfˈtəʊrə, Hebrew haftaˈraː, -ˈtəʊrəʊt, -taˈroːt)
 
n

Haphtarah (hɑːfˈtəʊrə, Hebrew haftaˈraː)
 
n , pl -taroth, -tarahs
a variant spelling of Haftarah

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