Tevet

[ Sephardic Hebrew te-vet; Ashkenazic Hebrew tey-veys, -vuhs; English tey-veys, -veyt, -vuhs ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew tɛˈvɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈteɪ veɪs, -vəs; English ˈteɪ veɪs, -veɪt, -vəs /

noun

the fourth month of the Jewish calendar.

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Origin of Tevet

From the Hebrew word tēbhēth
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British Dictionary definitions for Tevet

Tevet

Tebet

/ (teˈvet) /

noun

(in the Jewish calendar) the tenth month of the year according to biblical reckoning and the fourth month of the civil year, usually falling within December and January

Word Origin for Tevet

from Hebrew
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