aravah

aravah n. Hebrew (ah-rah-VAH) pl. n. aravot (ah-rah-VOTE) 1. Willow tree; the branches of the willow that are part of the lulav used on Sukkot. See arba minim. 2. The dry lowland area of the eastern Negev, often called the Aravah Valley. noun plural noun Eisenberg, J., Scolnic, E., & Jewish Publication Society. (2001). The …

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