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Definition of the noun veadar
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noun - plural: Veadars
- included seven times in every 19 years
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The Calendar (1921)
Its History, Structure and Improvement by Alexander Philip
The intercalary month is introduced after the month Adar at the end of the ecclesiastical year and is called Veadar. The original Jewish year commenced with the month Tisri, at the autumnal equinox — a fact which suggests an Egyptian origin.
Comprising 5573 Years of the World, Synchronized with Julian Time ...
In years called Embolismic, containing upward of 380 days, there are thirteen months; the thirteenth immediately follows Adar, and is called Veadar, which always has thirty days. In the following cycle we count Sunday the first day of the week, ...
The Encyclopaedia Britannica (1896)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature
The intercalary month, Veadar, is introduced in embolismic years in order that Passover, the 15th day of Nisan, may be kept at its proper season, which, is the full moon of the vernal equinox, or that which takes place after the sun has entered ...
by Johnnie Godwin, Phyllis Godwin, Karen Dockrey
Leap year Veadar/Adar Sheni November December January February March March/April assembly Rain continues 1 New ...
A Dictionary of the Bible; or, an Explanation of the proper names and difficult words in the Old and New Testament accented, etc (1792)
at the time when the moon made its first appearance, which was proclaimed by the sound of th: trumpet; and 'to make the time of the mouths agree with the year, every three years an intercalary * month was added, called Veadar. stand Adar.
A Complete Guide to Understanding the World of the Bible by Ronald F. Youngblood, F. F. Bruce, R. K. Harrison
VEADAR, was added between ...
Dictionary of Jewish Usage (2005)
A Guide to the Use of Jewish Terms by Sol Steinmetz
Veadar. See Adar. viddui. See under mourning terms. vitz. See under Yiddishisms. vort. This Yiddish-origin term, meaning literally 'word,' has acquired a spe- cializcd meaning among Orthodox Jews. A vort is a social gathering to celebrate a ...
Encyclopaedia Perthensis; Or Universal Dictionary of the Arts, Sciences, Literature, &c. Intended to Supersede the Use of Other Books of Reference (1816)
See Veadar. ADARCE, in the materia medica of the ancients, a saltish humour concreting about the stalks of reeds, and other vegetable matter, in form of incrustations. It was chiefly produced in Cappa- docia and Galatia, though we also read ...
by Matthew George Easton
[Veadar.] Nisan e, former half. Latter rain e due (Dt 11: 14; ...
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