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Shofar (shoh-fahr) — Hollow horn of the goat, sheep, or antelope families, blown from Rosh Chodesh Elul until Rosh Hashana and again at Neila of Yom Kippur
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Rosh Hashana: Shofar
Interruptions after Shofar Blessing
Once the blessings have been said before (and for) blowing the...
Rosh Hashana: Shofar
Practicing Shofar on Rosh Hashana
You may practice blowing a shofar on Rosh Hashana (unless it...
Rosh Hashana: Shofar
Rosh Hashana: How Many Shofar Blasts To Hear
Men are required to hear at least 60 shofar blasts on Rosh Hashana...
Rosh Hashana: Shofar
Woman Blowing Shofar
A woman who knows how, may blow the shofar for herself and for other...
Women: Rosh Hashana
Women: Blowing Shofar
For women and blowing shofar , see  Woman Blowing Shofar .
Women: Rosh Hashana
Women: Hearing Shofar
For women and hearing shofar , see Rosh Hashana: How Many Shofar...
Year of Mourning: SheHecheyanu
SheHecheyanu
A mourner ( avel ) is permitted to say she’hecheyanu for himself...
Hidur Mitzva/Mehadrin
Hidur Mitzva/Mehadrin
Almost all mitzvot may be enhanced by: Making them...
Women: Time-Based Positive Commandments (Mitzvot): Obligations
Women: Time-Based Positive Commandments/Mitzvot: Obligations
In addition to prayer obligations (see Women: Minimal Prayer ), women...

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