Definition of Jewish New Year in English:

Jewish New Year

noun

  • another term for Rosh Hashanah
    • ‘Elsewhere, there was little going on, with light business, particularly in New York, ahead of the Jewish New Year.’
    • ‘In 1280, shortly before the Jewish New Year, Abraham Abulafia, prompted by a voice, went to Rome to convert Pope Nicholas III.’
    • ‘Before the pullout began, Mofaz predicted that troops would be out of Gaza before the start of the Jewish New Year, or October 3.’
    • ‘As the sun sets this evening, we are just completing our two-day observance of the Jewish New Year.’
    • ‘The Jewish New Year always made so much more sense to me: it's fall.’
    • ‘Well, Congress was on vacation for a week for Columbus holiday and also the Jewish New Year's.’
    • ‘The Jewish New Year of Rosh Hashana occurs, surprisingly, in the 7th month - Tishrei.’
    • ‘At the beginning of each Jewish New Year they are deserving of thanks from the entire nation.’
    • ‘I found this recipe in Zingerman's Guide to Good Eating, and they themselves based it off of the traditional Jewish New Year honey cakes.’
    • ‘Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, always occurs in autumn.’
    • ‘Couples celebrating the Jewish New Year went to synagogues, but many left their children at home this year.’
    • ‘Rosh Hashanah is the Jewish New Year festival and commemorates the creation of the world.’
    • ‘Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year, begins at sundown Sept. 15.’
    • ‘Due to the advent of the Jewish New Year, my indigenous food options were more limited than usual.’
    • ‘Soon it was the Jewish New Year and an even harsher curfew was imposed.’
    • ‘Yom Kippur marks the end of a 10-day period of reflection that begins with Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year.’
    • ‘I hadn't even noticed them until Jack Shack's comment on the Jewish New Year greetings came in.’
    • ‘Officials say police averted what could have been a major terror attack in the run-up to the Jewish New Year.’