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E-lohim -- Almighty God; refers particularly to God’s attribute of justice; often pronounced as Elokim

Eliyahu HaNavi -- Elijah the Prophet, who will herald the arrival of the Messiah

Eloheinu -- God; the Source and embodiment of all power

Elul -- month in the Jewish (lunar) calendar, coinciding with August and September, immediately preceding the High Holidays; Elul is designated for preparing for the upcoming repentance period.

emet (emes) -- truth

emunah -- faith

Eretz Yisrael -- the Land of Israel

erev -- evening; also refers to the afternoon preceding the onset of the new Jewish day (e.g. Erev Shabbat, Erev Yom Tov)

eruv -- a halachic method by which to transform a “public domain” into a “private domain,” to allow carrying objects on Shabbat; this is achieved by enclosing the area inside fences, strings, etc.

etrog (esrog) -- a citron, waved together with lulav, myrtle and willow each day of Sukkot (except Shabbat) during the recitation of the Hallel prayer

etrog (esrog) -- a citron, waved together with lulav, myrtle and willow each day of Sukkot (except Shabbat) during the recitation of the Hallel prayer

Even Ha'ezer -- section of Shulchan Aruch (Code of Jewish Law) dealing with laws of marriage, divorce and related issues

even shetiah (even shesiah) -- literally, “drinking stone”; an exposed piece of bedrock on Mount Moriah, site of the binding of Isaac and the Holy Temple

Exodus -- second of the Five Books of Moses

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