noun, plural a·li·yahs, a·li·yos [ah-lee-yahz; for 1 also Ashkenazic Hebrew ah-lee-awz or, English, uh-lee-uh z] /ˌɑ liˈyɑz; for 1 also Ashkenazic Hebrew ɑˈli ɔz or, English, əˈli əz/, a·li·yot [Sephardic Hebrew ah-lee-awt] /Sephardic Hebrew ˌɑ liˈɔt/.
Origin of aliyah
Examples from the Web for aliyah
Which is way, way higher than the French aliyah numbers of any recent year.
Yes, the CNN report is right—both French aliyah numbers and reports of anti-Semitic violence are on the rise.
But Aliyah was seized by the same impulse that would grab Heaven, and she leapt up to seek the sanctuary of home.Obama Must Speak Out on Chicago Carnage That Kills Too Many Kids|Michael Daly|June 29, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Aliyah jumped up as if to flee back into the house, then collapsed.Chicago Gang Shootings Spike as the City Tries to Cope|Michael Daly|April 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST