huppah


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hup·pah

(KHo͝op′ə, KHo͞o-pä′)
n.
Variant of chuppah.

huppah

(ˈhʊpə)
n
(Judaism) a variant spelling of chuppah
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They know fully well that few of the women that they marry come to the huppah [bridal canopy] as virginal maids.
At the present time a woman is permitted to no man except through kiddushin, huppah, sheva berakhot, and ketubah.
Floralia Decorators (the Waldorf-Astoria's florist) has crafted a 5,300 dollars huppah, a canopy, for the mixed-faith service.
Last month, the Washington Post reported on a Jewish wedding, complete with huppah, ketubah, and rabbi, in which neither bride nor groom was Jewish.
Eventually she declares a desire for "a new ceremony" where under the bridal huppah, the husband will say, "I will never hurt you.
My female friend who got married in a regular Orthodox way told me afterwards that during the Huppah they couldn't wait for it to end.
consider omitting the word huppah (the bridal canopy) from various
There was a huppah or not, according to the orthodoxy of the bride.
The quilt will make another appearance at their wedding, as the canopy or huppah, under which the couple will exchange vows and rings in a traditional Jewish ceremony.
Finally, came the wedding, normally held before at least ten adult males, during which the bride was led to her husband, who awaited her under a canopy, the huppah, symbolic of the groom's house, hence, the Jewish version of the ductio.
On the other, silk huppah, Magen David wine, one father in a nursing-home issue wheelchair, the other in a bourgeois's opulent silk suit.