There are several Jewish and Hebrew greetings, farewells, and phrases that are
used in Judaism, and in Jewish and Hebrew-speaking communities around the ...
What is the proper Jewish thing to say when someone tells you she's pregnant?
How do you wish someone a happy holiday in Hebrew? Below are ... Have an
easy fast: This is the proper way to wish someone well for Yom Kippur. Please ...
This might lead to someone saying that a holiday falls "early" or "late" this year, ....
not having sexual relations—there are a lot of things to do on Yom Kippur.
Jul 12, 2010 ... If someone says that to you, say, "Baruch tihiyeh"--or just, "thanks! ... A traditional
greeting for Yom Kippur is Gamar hatimah tovah--a good ... Say Happy
Hanukkah, do your best with the initial guttural h, smile and don't worry.
History behind Yom Kippur, the Jewish Day of Repentance. ... Others simply use
the day as a time to reflect on what they want to do differently this year. ... The
greeting for Yom Kippur is “G'mar Hatima Tova” (May you be sealed in the Book
of Life), ... It is also customary to say “Have an easy fast” before the holiday
It's Yom Kippur. It's the Jewish Day of Atonement, fasting and prayers. It is the
most auspicious day of the year for the Jewish people. So pray for the wellbeing
Sep 14, 2010 ... Say It With eCards offers a tasteful and elegantly designed collection of Yom ... Or
you may choose to send traditional Yom Kippur eCards.
Thanks to You ... A common greeting from Rosh HaShanah until Yom Kippur. ...
It's not appropriate to wish someone a Happy Yom Kippur, as this is not a happy ...
Forty days after hearing G‑d say at Mount Sinai, “You shall not have the gods of
.... on Yom Kippur - unless it is for a child or someone who is ill and permitted to
drink. ... As part of Yom Kippur, do you ever extend forgiveness to others who
The catch-all greeting you can use for the entire season is “Shanah tovah” (שנה
.... i wish all to be successful this Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and may we ...
May the New Year bring all, inner peace and the desire to do good things and
treat ... Does anyone know what's standard in Hebrew to say in lieu of , "Happy