[oh-neg shah-baht] /ˈoʊ nɛg ʃɑˈbɑt/

noun, Hebrew.
a Jewish celebration in honor of the Sabbath that takes place on Friday evening or Saturday afternoon and usually includes a program of songs, a lecture, and refreshments.


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