[ sˈabat], [ sˈabat], [ s_ˈa_b_a_t]
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How to use "Sabbat" in context?
Sabbats are observed by many religious groups as a time to honour and celebrate the divine. The word sabbath derives from the Hebrew word shabbat, meaning "rest." Jews observe seven days of rest each week, called Shabbat. Christians observe Sunday as the Sabbath. Some other religious groups observe other days of the week as sabbaths.
There are many traditions associated with sabbats. Some people observe sabbats to honour particular gods or spirits. Others believe that sabbaths are powerful times to commune with nature and to work on spiritual matters.
Homophones for Sabbat:
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