[ vee-uh-dahr, -ah-dahr, vey-, vee-uh-dahr, -ah-dahr ]
/ ˈvi əˌdɑr, -ɑˌdɑr, ˈveɪ-, ˌvi əˈdɑr, -ɑˈdɑr /
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an intercalary month of the Jewish calendar.
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Also called Adar Sheni.
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Origin of Veadar
<Hebrew wə and + ădhārAdar
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How to use Veadar in a sentence
The other half of the year would vary a whole lunation (Veadar) betwixt the ordinary and the intercalary year.
British Dictionary definitions for Veadar
/ (ˈviːəˌdɑː, ˈveɪ-) /
Judaism Adar SheniSee Adar
Word Origin for Veadar
from Hebrew va'adhar, literally: and Adar, that is, the extra Adar
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