Haphtarah

[ Sephardic Hebrew hahf-tah-rah; Ashkenazic Hebrew hahf-taw-ruh, -toh- ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew hɑf tɑˈrɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew hɑfˈtɔ rə, -ˈtoʊ- /

noun, plural Haph·ta·roth, Haph·ta·rot, Haph·ta·ros [Sephardic Hebrew hahf-tah-rawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew hahf-taw-rohs, -roht, -toh-], /Sephardic Hebrew hɑf tɑˈrɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew hɑfˈtɔ roʊs, -roʊt, -ˈtoʊ-/, Haph·ta·rahs.Judaism.

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Haphtarah
/ (hɑːfˈtəʊrə, Hebrew haftaˈraː) /

noun plural -taroth (-ˈtəʊrəʊt, Hebrew -taˈroːt) or -tarahs

a variant spelling of Haftarah
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