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Sabbath

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Etymology

From Ancient Greek σάββατον (sabbaton) "Sabbath" < Hebrew שבת (shabbat) "Sabbath".

Proper noun

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Sabbath

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Sabbath

  1. The Biblical seventh day of the week, observed as a day of rest in Judaism, Seventh-day Adventism, or Seventh Day Baptism, starting at sundown on Friday till sundown on Saturday.
  2. Sunday, observed in Christianity as a day of rest.
  3. Friday, observed in Islam as a day of rest.
  4. A meeting of witches at midnight.

Translations

Sabbath is the 4th of the ten commandments

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