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almemar

[ ahl-mee-mahr ]
/ ɑlˈmi mɑr /
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noun
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Origin of almemar

<Arabic al the + minbar stand, platform
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British Dictionary definitions for almemar

almemar
/ (ælˈmiːmɑː) /

noun
Judaism (in Ashkenazic usage) the raised platform in a synagogue on which the reading desk standsAlso called: bema, bimah, bima

Word Origin for almemar

from Hebrew, from Arabic al-minbar the pulpit, platform
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