Veadar

[ vee-uh-dahr, -ah-dahr, vey-, vee-uh-dahr, -ah-dahr ]

noun
  1. another term for Adar II.

Origin of Veadar

1
First recorded in 1590–1600; from Hebrew “and” + ădhār Adar

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Veadar

/ (ˈviːəˌdɑː, ˈveɪ-) /


noun
  1. Judaism Adar Sheni: See Adar

Origin of Veadar

1
from Hebrew va'adhar, literally: and Adar, that is, the extra Adar

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