yahrzeit

commemoration of the anniversary of the death of a parent, sibling or child
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yahrzeit

in Judaism, the anniversary of the death of a parent or close relative, most commonly observed by burning a candle for an entire day. On the ... [1 related articles]
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yahrzeit

From 'Jahrzeit' German word meaning 'year's time'. Refers to anniversary of a Jewish person's death.
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yahrzeit

Jewish remembrance of the first anniversary of someone's death
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Yahrzeit

Year-time. Anniversary of a death.
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Yahrzeit

The anniversary of the death
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Yahrzeit

Time of year in Yiddish. A commemoration on the annual Jewish calendar anniversary of a loved one's death. Observances include lighting a candle at home the night before, as the Jewish day begins in the evening, and reciting Kaddish or arranging for someone to do so. Some families fast from sunrise to sunset. (THE IRA KAUFMAN CHAPEL home page and e...
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Yahrzeit

The anniversary of the death of a close relative such as mother, father, sibling or child. It is observed by lighting a candle that will burn for 24 hours and reciting the Kaddish.
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