Sukkah meaning

so͝o-kä', so͝ok'ə
A temporary hutlike structure partly roofed with branches, used as a ritual dwelling space by Jews in celebrating Sukkot.
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A temporary structure with a roof of leafy boughs, bamboo sticks, etc., built by Jews for Sukkot to commemorate the tabernacles of the Exodus.
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(Judaism) A temporary dwelling or booth used by practising Jews during Tabernacles (Sukkot).
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Origin of sukkah

  • Hebrew sukkâ Sukkot
    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition
  • From Hebrew סֻכָּה (suká, “sukkah")
    From Wiktionary