The first day of the week (as Sunday) kept for rest and worship.
A bread, which is often braided, made with eggs. Challah is eaten on the Jewish Sabbath.
A plant that is made into thread that is made into linen.
The state of being poor.
Made by people rather than nature.
A covering that stands like a tent above the bride and groom in a Jewish wedding.
A head scarf shaped like a triangle.
Smooth, strong cloth or yarn made from flax.
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