What is another word for sukkoth?

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[ sˈʌkɒθ], [ sˈʌkɒθ], [ s_ˈʌ_k_ɒ_θ]

Sukkoth is a Hebrew word that refers to a Jewish holiday which is also known as the Feast of Tabernacles. This festival is observed in the fall season and lasts for seven days. During Sukkoth, Jews typically spend time in temporary shelters made of branches and leaves, called sukkahs. In the English language, there are several synonyms for Sukkoth, including Feast of Booths, Festival of Ingathering, and Feast of Tabernacles. Each of these synonyms highlights the different aspects of the festival, such as the temporary nature of the sukkahs, the gathering of crops, and the time of celebration and rejoicing.

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    Sukkoth is a Jewish holiday that celebrates the harvest season. It occurs on the first and the seventh days of the month of Chisleh, in the Hebrew calendar.

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