(lit., "booth"; pl., sukkos): a temporary dwelling in which we are commanded to live during the festival of Sukkos
a tractate in Moed.
(Hebrew) — Temporary structure with a roof of leafy boughs, straw, and so forth, built for Sukkot to commemorate the tabernacles of the Exodus. See Sukkot.
(SOOK-kah) n. Sukkah; Hut; Tent; Tabernacle. Temporary structure built for the celebration of Sukkot in recognition of the temporary dwellings built by the Jews as they journeyed from Egypt to Canaan.
Heb. (booth) The temporary structure symbolizing the dwellings of Hebrews during the time of the exodus from Egypt.
Thatched hut that is resided in on the holiday of Sukkos.
temporary hut built for the festival of Sukkot in which one eats and lives, as much as possible, for the week of the festival each autumn
Literally booth. The temporary dwellings observant Jews in Israel, live in during the holiday of Sukkot.
a rustic, temporary shelter that the Jews lived in while wandering in the wilderness -- and that's one of the meanings of the holiday
a temporary dwelling, fragile and open to the elements
a temporary dwelling occupied during the festival of Sukkot in symbolic demonstration of our faith in God's providence
a temporary dwelling place
Booth used for eating meals during the festival of Sukkot, also known as a tabarnacle. Tal Dew, prayer for dew recited on the first day of Passover during the additional service.
Booths or huts covered with branches and decorated with hanging fruits and vegetables.
a "booth" or shelter made for the holiday of Sukkoth.
(lit., "booth"): temporary dwelling roofed with vegetation in which one lives during the fesival of *Sukkos
Means 'booth' and translated 'tabernacles' in some bibles. Shaul the tentmaker may have been a sukkah maker.
Tabernacle or booth
Booth decorated with fruits and vegetables used during harvest festival of Sukkot
(pl. SUKKOS) - A booth which one must use as his primary residence during SUKKOS; see Chs. 45 -46.
Lit. booth. The temporary dwellings we live in during the holiday of Sukkot.
Sukkah (Hebrew: ×¡×•×›×”, hut) is a book of the Mishnah and Talmud. It is the sixth volume in the Order (Mishnaic section) of Moed. Sukkah deals primarily with laws relating to the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.
The sukkah is a temporary dwelling that Jews use during the holiday of Sukkot.