Aliyah ( noun , noun )

(As a noun)

Aliyah ( noun )

  1. The act of immigrating to Israel by a Jew.
  2. The act of ascending or moving to a higher level of spiritual or religious achievement.

Origin:

Hebrew aliyah, from "aliyah "ascent".

Examples:

  1. Making aliyah is an important aspect of Jewish identity.
  2. Many Jews see aliyah as a fulfillment of a religious commandment.
  3. The government of Israel encourages aliyah through various programs and incentives.
  4. The aliyah ceremony at the airport marks the beginning of a new chapter in the immigrant's life.
  5. The rabbi spoke about the spiritual aliyah that one can make through the study of Torah.

(As a noun)

Aliyah ( noun )

  1. The act of immigrating to Israel by a Jew.
  2. The act of ascending or moving to a higher level of spiritual or religious achievement.

Origin:

Hebrew aliyah, from "aliyah "ascent".

Examples:

  1. Making aliyah is an important aspect of Jewish identity.
  2. Many Jews see aliyah as a fulfillment of a religious commandment.
  3. The government of Israel encourages aliyah through various programs and incentives.
  4. The aliyah ceremony at the airport marks the beginning of a new chapter in the immigrant's life.
  5. The rabbi spoke about the spiritual aliyah that one can make through the study of Torah.
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