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Revi'it, pl. revi'ot (rih-vee-eet; rih-vee-oht) — 4 fl. oz.
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Jewish Festivals: Kiddush: How Much To Pour
Jewish Festivals: Kiddush: Pour Revi'it
As on Shabbat , the minimum volume of kiddush beverage on which you...
Shabbat: Kiddush: How Much To Pour
Pour Revi'it for Shabbat Kiddush
As on Jewish festivals , the minimum volume of kiddush beverage on...
Volume/Liquid
Volume/Liquid
1 Revi’it = Usually 3.3 fl. oz. (99 ml); but 4 fl. oz. (119 ml)...
Havdala: Beverage
How To Fill the Havdala Cup
For havdala , pour at least a revi’it (4 fl. oz., or 119 ml)...
Al HaGafen: Type and Volume of Drink
Al HaGafen: Drinking Enough Wine/Grape Juice To Say After-Blessing
Say al ha’gafen after drinking at least a revi’it (3.3...
Jewish Festivals: Ending: Havdala: What To Use
Jewish Festivals: Ending: Havdala: Filling the Cup
You must pour at least 4 fl. oz. (119 ml--a revi’it ) of wine or...
Jewish Festivals: Ending: Havdala: What To Use
Jewish Festivals: Ending: Havdala: How Much To Drink
To fulfill the commandment of havdala (or kiddush ), the person...
One-Time Method: How To Wash
How To Wash Hands the One-Time Method
To wash hands the One-Time Method : Fill the washing cup...
What Removes Tum'a
Minimum Amount of Water To Remove Tum'a
The minimum amount of water to remove tum’a (ritual impurity) is...
Handwashing for Tum'a: General Concepts
Tum'a and Drying Hands before Handwashing
To wash hands from tum’a or all other purposes, you do not need...
Handwashing for Tum'a: General Concepts
Tum'a and From What To Pour
When washing your hands using the One-Time Method , in...

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