Abib

[ ah-veev ]
/ ɑˈviv /

noun Chiefly Biblical.

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Definition for abib (2 of 2)

Aviv

or A·bib

[ ah-veev ]
/ ɑˈviv /

noun Chiefly Biblical.

the seventh month of the Jewish year, equivalent to Nisan of the modern Jewish calendar. Ex. 34:18.

Origin of Aviv

From the Hebrew word ābhībh literally, ear of grain
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British Dictionary definitions for abib

Abib
/ (Hebrew ɑˈbiːb) /

noun

Judaism an older name for the month of Nisan

Word Origin for Abib

Hebrew ābhībh ear of grain, hence the month when grain was fresh
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