Examples from the Web for chanukah
My coworker from Poland told me about plackis, which are essentially the same thing as latkes without the Chanukah story.
Chanukah itself is a relatively minor holiday on the religious Jewish calendar.
Because the victory of Chanukah came about as the result of the heroic actions of a woman, Judith.
Not only does Jewish tradition not forbid women to light and bless Chanukah candles, it actually obligates them to do so.
Today, even Chabad sanctions it, recognizing that "the women of the ages felt a special affinity to the Chanukah lights."
Hence, too, the prevalent craving for a certain author's blood could not be gratified at Mrs. Henry Goldsmith's Chanukah dinner.The Grandchildren of the Ghetto|Israel Zangwill
"It is a custom amongst some people to have fritters for supper on the last night of 'Chanukah,'" said my mother, sighing.
Involuntarily I glance at the Chanukah light opposite to me in the window.Stories and Pictures|Isaac Loeb Peretz
The candles in the potatoes—my "Chanukah" lights—flickered and flickered until they went out.
What were the "Chanukah" lights—a silver, eight-branched lamp with olive oil, or candles stuck in pieces of potato?
British Dictionary definitions for chanukah
Word Origin and History for chanukah
also Chanukkah, 1891, from Hebrew hanukkah "consecration."
Culture definitions for chanukah
Another spelling of Hanukkah.