Rosh Ha·sha·nah [ ràwsh hə sháwnə ]
- Jewish New Year Festival: the festival that marks the Jewish New Year and the beginning of the Days of Awe.
Jewish holy day: the holiest day of the Jewish year, on which Jews fast and say prayers of penitence.
1.She appeared first to Abe in the parlor, carrying a platter of dates, each wrapped delicately in a thin ribbon of bacon. It was Rosh Hashannah.
2.If Abe needed to coax the jacket off a man's back, he went into the negotiations without a scintilla of doubt.
3.....Also the gold wane of a Yom Kippur fast about to break.