or ze·mi·rot

[ Sephardic Hebrew zuh-mee-rawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew zuh-mi-rohs, zmi-ruh s ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew zə miˈrɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew zəˈmɪ roʊs, ˈzmɪ rəs /

plural noun Hebrew.

traditional religious songs that are sung by Jews during the evening meal on Friday and the afternoon meal on Saturday.

Origin of zemiroth

zəmīrōth songs, hymns
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