shalosh seudoth

or sha·losh seu·dot, sha·losh seu·dos

[ Ashkenazic Hebrew shah-lohsh soo-dohs, -duh s, -luh sh; Sephardic Hebrew shah-lawsh se-oo-dawt ]
/ Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈʃɑ loʊʃ ˈsʊ doʊs, -dəs, -ləʃ; Sephardic Hebrew ʃɑˈlɔʃ sɛ uˈdɔt /

noun Hebrew.

the last of the three prescribed Sabbath meals, taken after Minhah and before the evening service.

Nearby words

  1. shallowly,
  2. shallows,
  3. shalmaneser iii,
  4. shalom,
  5. shalom aleichem,
  6. shalt,
  7. shalwar,
  8. sham,
  9. shama,
  10. shaman

Origin of shalosh seudoth

shālōsh səʿuddōth literally, three meals

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