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  • Selichot — (Hebrew: סליחות) are Jewish penitential poems and prayers, especially those said in the period leading up to the High Holidays, and on Fast Days. The Thirteen Attributes of God are a central theme throughout the prayers. elichot of the High… …   Wikipedia

  • selichot — se·li·chot …   English syllables

  • Yom Kippur — Day of Atonement redirects here. For other uses, see Day of Atonement (disambiguation). For the war, see Yom Kippur War. Yom Kippur Jews Praying in the Synagogue on Yom Kippur, by Maurycy Gottlieb (1878) …   Wikipedia

  • High Holy Days — For other uses, see High Holy Days (disambiguation). Ashkenazi style shofar. The shofar is used during the High Holy Days. The High Holidays or High Holy Days, in Judaism, more properly known as the Yamim Noraim (Hebrew: ימים נוראים‎ Days of Awe… …   Wikipedia

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  • Elul — ) is the twelfth month of the Jewish civil year and the sixth month of the ecclesiastical year on the Hebrew calendar. It is a summer month of 29 days. Elul usually occurs in August–September on the Gregorian calendar.The month of Elul is a time… …   Wikipedia

  • Tenth of Tevet — ( he. עשרה בטבת, Asara BeTevet ), the tenth day of the Hebrew month of Tevet, is a minor fast day in Judaism. It falls out either seven or eight days after the conclusion of Hannukah, depending on whether Rosh Chodesh of Tevet that year is… …   Wikipedia

  • Korban — Not to be confused with Eid al Adha, an Islamic festival which is known as Korban in some Asian cultures. Not to be confused with Karbon. Part of a series on …   Wikipedia

  • High Holidays — This article refers to the Jewish holidays. For other uses, see here. , more properly known as the Yamim Noraim ( he. ימים נוראים Days of Awe ), may mean: #strictly, the holidays of Rosh Hashanah ( Jewish New Year ) and Yom Kippur ( Day of… …   Wikipedia

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