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Mourned a death, in Judaism NYT Crossword Clue Puzzle Answer from July 10, 2024

Here is the right answer to the crossword clue Mourned a death, in Judaism NYT featured in NYT Crossword puzzle. The correct answer to this clue is SATSHIVA.

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Updated Jul 10, 2024

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Mourned a death, in Judaism NYT Crossword Clue Puzzle Answer from July 10, 2024

Mourned a death, in Judaism NYT Crossword Clue Answer

Let’s find the answers to Mourned a death, in Judaism NYT for the July 10, 2024 edition of NYT crossword puzzle. Answer Contains 8 letters. Start with S and end with A, and the possible solutions are SAAREMAA, SALONIKA, SATSHIVA.

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The answer is SATSHIVA.

In Judaism, "sitting shiva" (pronounced SATSHIVA) refers to the traditional period of mourning observed by Jewish families following the death of a close relative. This mourning period typically lasts for seven days and is a time for family members to come together to mourn, reflect, and receive condolences from others.

During shiva, mourners often sit on low stools or chairs, which symbolizes their sense of loss and grief. It's a deeply meaningful ritual that provides structure and support during a difficult time, allowing the bereaved to process their emotions and honor the memory of the deceased within the community's embrace.

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