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Musaf

[ moo-sahf ]
/ ˈmu sɑf /
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noun Hebrew.
the religious service celebrated by Jews in addition to and immediately after the morning service on the Sabbath and festivals.
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Origin of Musaf

mūsāph literally, addition
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British Dictionary definitions for Musaf

Musaf
/ Hebrew (mʊˈsɑf, Yiddish ˈmʊsəf) /

noun
Judaism the additional prayers added to the morning service on Sabbaths, festivals, and Rosh Chodesh

Word Origin for Musaf

literally: addition
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