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.

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Origin of shalosh seudoth

shālōsh səʿuddōth literally, three meals

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