Yom KippurYom Kip·pur
one of the Jewish High Holidays, the Day of Atonement, a fast day of repentance during which the prayers recited include the Kol Nidre, observed on the 10th day of Tishri: Lev. 16:29-34
Origin of Yom KippurClassical Hebrew (language) yom-kipur from yom, day + kipur from kiper, atone from root kpr, deny, disavow
A holy day observed on the tenth day of Tishri and marked by fasting and prayer for the atonement of sins. Also called Day of Atonement .
Origin of Yom KippurHebrew yôm kippûr yôm day ywm kippûr atonement ( from kippēr to cover, atone kpr1)
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