[ Sephardic Hebrew yeez-kawr; Ashkenazic Hebrew yis-kuhr, yiz-; English yis-ker ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew yizˈkɔr; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈyɪs kər, ˈyɪz-; English ˈyɪs kər /
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the Jewish service for commemorating the dead, held on Yom Kippur, Shemini Atzereth, the second day of Shavuoth, and the last day of Passover.
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Origin of Yizkor
yizkōr may He be mindful
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British Dictionary definitions for Yizkor
/ (ˈjizkor) /
Judaism a memorial prayer included in the liturgy for certain festivals
Word Origin for Yizkor
from Hebrew, literally: let him remember
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