or Tash·lik, Tash·lich
[Sephardic Hebrew tahsh-leekh; Ashkenazic Hebrew tahsh-likh]
- a Jewish rite, performed on the afternoon usually of the first day of Rosh Hashanah, in which the participants symbolically cast off their sins by gathering along the banks of a river, stream, or the like and reciting prayers of repentance.
Origin of Tashlikh
tashlīkh literally, you will cast
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