Shevat

['ʃi:vat]
noun variant of Sebat.

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  • SHEVAT — (Heb. שְׁבָט), the post Exilic name of the 11th month of the Jewish year. Occurring in Assyrian and other early Semitic inscriptions, in biblical and apocryphal records (Zech. 1:7; I Macc. 16:14), and frequent in rabbinic literature (e.g.,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Shevat — (Hébreu : שְׁבָט ; de l’Akkadien Šabātu) est le 5e mois de l’année ecclésiastique et le 11e mois de l’année civile du calendrier hébreu. C’est un mois hivernal de 30 jours, qui correspond généralement à janvier, parfois à février… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Shevat — o Shvat (שְׁבָט; del acadio Šabātu la lluvia que golpea , por la fuerza de las lluvias de este mes, las últimas del periodo inviernal boreal), es el quinto mes del calendario hebreo moderno, que comienza con la Creación del mundo, y el undécimo… …   Enciclopedia Universal

  • Shevat — [shə vät′] n. [Heb shebhāṭ] the fifth month of the Jewish year: see the Jewish calendar in the Reference Supplement …   English World dictionary

  • Shevat — ) is the fifth month of the civil year and the eleventh month of the ecclesiastical year on the Hebrew calendar. It is a winter month of 30 days. Shevat usually occurs in January–February on the Gregorian calendar.Holidays in Shevat15 Shevat Tu… …   Wikipedia

  • Shevat — ← Tevet       Shevat (שְׁבָט)       Adar → Reproducción de Acuario en un libro medieval de astronomía, probablem …   Wikipedia Español

  • Shevat — /sheuh vaht , shvaht, sheuh vawt /, n. the fifth month of the Jewish calendar. Also, Shebat. Cf. Jewish calendar. [1525 35; < Heb shabhat] * * * …   Universalium

  • Shevat — noun The fifth month of the civil year in the Jewish calendar, after Tevet and before Adar …   Wiktionary

  • Shevat — n. fifth month of the Hebrew calendar …   English contemporary dictionary

  • Shevat — She•vat [[t]ʃəˈvɑt, ˈvɔt[/t]] also Shebat n. jud the fifth month of the Jewish calendar • Etymology: 1525–35; < Heb shəbhāṭ …   From formal English to slang

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