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Origin of menorah
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Example sentences from the Web for menorah
Your system had to read the same forward and backward, so that regardless of whether you were looking at the menorah from the front or the back you’d still know what night it was.
In the end, there were 120 paired states and 16 symmetric states, for a total of 136 distinguishable states — the maximum number of nights your menorah could track.
Your system must read the same forward and backward, so that regardless of whether you’re looking at the menorah from the front or the back you will still know what night it is.
So it was, on the fourth night of Hanukkah, that preparations were made for a silver menorah to be lit in Lafayette Square.
Rabbi Abraham Shemtov, a Jewish Chabad leader, asked the National Park Service for a permit to put a large menorah in Lafayette Square, but the permit was denied on grounds that it violated the separation of church and state.
Plenty of Jewish kids today grow up with a Christmas tree next to their menorah.
He even lit a candle in the main menorah of the community last Hannukah.Settlement Construction Hearing Paused For Obama Visit|Orly Halpern|March 14, 2013|DAILY BEAST
There is no menorah in the Gryffindor common room or any mention of Chanukah in any Harry Potter book.Matisyahu’s 10 Things to Help a Jew Get Through Christmas Season|Matisyahu|December 19, 2011|DAILY BEAST
They ask which holiday is represented by the menorah behind them.Israeli Government Tells Israelis Not to Marry American Jews|Allison Yarrow|December 1, 2011|DAILY BEAST
More than menorah lighting and dreidel spinning, Hanukkah is known for its culinary delicacy, latkes.
Gleaming brass, its seven uplifting arms gracefully curved, stood a—Menorah!The Seven-Branched Candlestick|Gilbert W. (Gilbert Wolf) Gabriel
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British Dictionary definitions for menorah
Word Origin for menorah
Cultural definitions for menorah
A nine-branched candelabrum used during the Jewish festival of Hanukkah. The center candle, or “starter,” is used to light the other eight candles, with one additional candle lit on each subsequent evening of the celebration.