[Sephardic Hebrew hah-kah-fawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew hah-kaw-fohs] /Sephardic Hebrew hɑ kɑˈfɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˌhɑ kɔˈfoʊs/
a ceremony on Simhath Torah and on other occasions in which members of a synagogue congregation carry Torah scrolls around the synagogue seven or more times.
[Sephardic Hebrew khah-khahm; Ashkenazic Hebrew haw-khuh m] /Sephardic Hebrew xɑˈxɑm; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈhɔ xəm/ noun, Hebrew. 1. a wise and learned person; sage. 2. (among Sephardic Jews) a title given to a rabbi.
[hah-kuh-pik] /ˈhɑ kəˌpɪk/ noun 1. an implement used in seal hunting, consisting of an iron or steel hook, sometimes with a hammer opposite, mounted on a long wooden pole.
/hɑːkɑːriː/ noun (pl) hakari 1. (NZ) a feast which follows a ceremonial funeral or other important occasion
[heyk] /heɪk/ noun, plural (especially collectively) hake (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) hakes. 1. any marine fish of the genus Merluccius, closely related to the cods, especially M. bilinearis, found off the New England coast. 2. any of several related marine fishes, especially of the genus Urophycis. /heɪk/ noun (pl) hake, […]