[ Sephardic Hebrew khawlhah-maw-ed; Ashkenazic Hebrew khohl-hah-moh-eyd, -moid ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew ˈxɔl hɑ mɔˈɛd; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxoʊl hɑˈmoʊ eɪd, -ˈmɔɪd /
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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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Also Chol Ha·mo·ed .
Origin of Hol Hamoed
ḥōl hammōʿēdh literally, “the secular part of the feast”
Words nearby Hol Hamoed
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How to use Hol Hamoed in a sentence
Will yo' dismiss yo' sehvant in ordeh dat we kin hol' convehse an' communion in de midst er privacy?Danny's Own Story|Don Marquis
Dey ron so fas' I'm got to hol' on wit' ma han's, wit' ma feet!Connie Morgan in the Lumber Camps|James B. Hendryx
Hol' on, Miss M'ree, she walked in lak she owned de place, an' flopped huhse'f down on de front seat.The Strength of Gideon and Other Stories|Paul Laurence Dunbar
Why, wusn't my arms de fust ter hol' him—a little soft helpless innocent—even before you held him to yo' own mother's heart?
There was a second man standing beside him, dressed in the same manner and of the same stature as Hol.The Genius|Con Pederson