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Hoshana Rabba

Hoshana Rabba (Heb., ‘the great hoshana’). The seventh and last day of the festival of Sukkot. Special willow branches (known as ‘hoshanot’) are cut for the festival and beaten on the ground, and Hoshana Rabba is described in the Talmud as the ‘Day of the Willow’.

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Hoshanot

Hoshanot (willow branches): see HOSHANA RABBA.

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