Definitions for lag b'omerlɑg ˈboʊ mər, bəˈoʊ mɛr

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Random House Webster's College Dictionary

Lag b'O•merlɑg ˈboʊ mər, bəˈoʊ mɛr(n.)

  1. a Jewish festival celebrated on the 33rd day of the Omer and commemorating the end of the plague among Rabbi Akiba's students.

    Category: Judaism

Origin of Lag b'Omer:

1900–05; < Heb lagh bā‘ōmer=lagh 33rd +bā, var. of in +‘ōmerOmer

Princeton's WordNet

  1. Lag b'Omer(noun)

    (Judaism) Jewish holy day; the 33rd day after the 2nd day of Passover; the 18th day of Iyar

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