Hol Hamoed

[ Sephardic Hebrew khawl hah-maw-ed; Ashkenazic Hebrew khohl-hah-moh-eyd, -moid ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew ˈxɔl hɑ mɔˈɛd; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxoʊl hɑˈmoʊ eɪd, -ˈmɔɪd /

noun Hebrew.

the period between the first and last two days of Passover or Sukkoth, consisting of four days during Passover and five days during Sukkoth and having less than full festival status.

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Origin of Hol Hamoed

ḥōl hammōʿēdh literally, the secular part of the feast
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