Adar Sheni


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Adar She·ni

 (shā-nē′)
n.
The name given to the month of Adar when it occurs after the intercalary month of Adar Rishon. Also called Veadar. See Table at calendar.

[Hebrew 'ădār šēnî, second Adar : 'ădār, Adar; see Adar + šēnî, second; see ṯn in Semitic roots.]

Adar′ She′ni

(ˈʃeɪ ni, ʃeɪˈni)
n.
an intercalary month of the Jewish calendar, added between Adar and Nisan; Veadar.
[< Hebrew ădhār shēnī Adar the Second]
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Noun1.Adar Sheni - included seven times in every 19 yearsAdar Sheni - included seven times in every 19 years
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