sabbath

Sabbath vs Hiatus - What's the difference?

sabbath | hiatus |


As a noun hiatus is

a gap in a series, making it incomplete.

Sabbath vs Sabbath - What's the difference?

sabbath | sabbath |

Sabbath vs Passover - What's the difference?

sabbath | passover |


As a proper noun passover is

the eight-day jewish festival of pesach, commemorating the biblical story of exodus, during which the first-born sons of the israelites were passed over while those of the egyptians were killed.

Sabbat vs Sabbath - What's the difference?

sabbat | sabbath |


As a noun sabbat

is witches' sabbath.

Sabbath vs Monday - What's the difference?

sabbath | monday |


As a noun monday is

the first day of the week in systems using the norm and second day of the week in many religious traditions it follows sunday and precedes tuesday.

As an adverb monday is

on monday.

Taxonomy vs Sabbath - What's the difference?

taxonomy | sabbath |


As a noun taxonomy

is the science or the technique used to make a classification.

Sabbath vs Sundaylike - What's the difference?

sabbath | sundaylike |


As an adjective sundaylike is

resembling a sunday or some aspect of one, especially the religious observances and abstinence from work of the christian sabbath.

Sabbath vs Shabbos - What's the difference?

sabbath | shabbos |


As a noun shabbos is

(judaism) a shabbat (sabbath).

Sabbath vs Sabbatize - What's the difference?

sabbath | sabbatize |


As a verb sabbatize is

(intransitive) to sanctify, keep or observe the sabbath.

Sabbath vs Sabbatist - What's the difference?

sabbath | sabbatist |


As a noun sabbatist is

(judaism) one who exhibits sabbatism; a strict observer of the sabbath.

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