yamim tovim

yamim tovim

[Yiddish. yawn-toi-vim; Sephardic Hebrew yah-meem taw-veem; Ashkenazic Hebrew yaw-mim toh-vim]
a plural of yom tov.
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yom tov

[Yiddish. yawn tuhv, tuhf; English yuhn tuhv, tuhf; Sephardic Hebrew yawm tawv; Ashkenazic Hebrew yohm tohv]
plural English, yom tovs [yuhn tuhvz, tuhfs] , yamim tovim, yomim tovim [Yiddish. yawn-toi-vim; Sephardic Hebrew yah-meem taw-veem; Ashkenazic Hebrew yaw-mim toh-vim] . Yiddish and hebrew.

Origin:
literally, good day

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yom tov (ˈjɔm ˈtɔv, ˈjɔmtəv)
 
n , pl yamin tovim
Judaism a festival, esp that of Passover, Shabuoth, Sukkoth, or Rosh Hashana

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