Hoshana Rabbah

Seph. Heb. /haw shah nah" rddah bah"/; Ashk. Heb. /hoh shah"naw rddah"baw/
the seventh day of the Jewish festival of Sukkoth, occurring on the twenty-first day of Tishri and having a special liturgy containing a series of invocations to God for forgiveness and salvation.
Also, Hoshanah Rabbah.
[ < Heb hosh(i) 'ah nna save, we pray + rabba the myriad, multitude]

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