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ovel

/ (ˈɒvəl) /
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noun
Judaism a mourner, esp during the first seven days after a deathSee also shivah
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Word Origin for ovel

from Hebrew
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How to use ovel in a sentence

  • Me believe me heal someone moving ovel hele,” he replied, “and so me came see if anybody tly to get in.

    A Chinese Command|Harry Collingwood
  • When asked how she expected to get to the other side at the top, she giggled derisively and said "ovel."

    Jan and Her Job|L. Allen Harker
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