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Aron Kodesh

[ Sephardic Hebrew ah-rawn-kaw-desh; Ashkenazic Hebrew awr-ohn koh-desh ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew ɑˈrɔn ˈkɔ dɛʃ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈɔr oʊn ˈkoʊ dɛʃ /
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noun Hebrew.
a cabinet in a synagogue set into or against the wall that faces eastward toward Jerusalem, for keeping the scrolls of the Torah.
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Also called Holy Ark, Ark .
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