Humash

[ Sephardic Hebrew khoo-mahsh; Ashkenazic Hebrew khoo-muhsh ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew xuˈmɑʃ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈxʊ məʃ /

noun, plural Hu·ma·shim [Sephardic Hebrew khoo-mah-sheem; Ashkenazic Hebrew khoo-maw-shim]. /Sephardic Hebrew xu mɑˈʃim; Ashkenazic Hebrew xʊˈmɔ ʃɪm/. Hebrew.

the Pentateuch.

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Also Chumash.

Origin of Humash

ḥummāsh, akin to ḥāmēsh five
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