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15:07 Oct 22, 2001
English to Hebrew translations [Non-PRO] Art/Literary
Explanation: English speakers write the word as 'Shabbat'. This means 'Sabbath' and is used to refer to Saturday, which is the Jewish holy day. It is derived from the Hebrew word for 'seven', because it was the seventh day created (in the book of Genesis), which G-d ordered us to observe as a day of rest!
jgal Local time: 14:06 Native speaker of: English, French
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shabbath (shin, beith, thaw)
Explanation: shin, beith, thaw (from right to left!)