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Hanukkah lamps


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Hanukkah lamps

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Lamps with eight small oil fonts or candle sockets, one for each day of observance of the festival of Hanukkah, and a ninth oil font or candle socket, called the shamash or server, used for lighting the others. Often confused with the menorah, the holy candelabra used in the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem and described in the Book of Exodus.

Variations

seven-branched candlesticks

candlesticks, golden

lights, Hanukah

lamps, Chanukah

Hanukah lights

Channukas

golden candlesticks

servers (Hanukkah lamps)

candlesticks, seven-branched

Hanukkah lamp

Chanukah lamps

Hanukas

Hanukkahs

Jewish lamps

lamps, Hanukkah

lamps, Jewish

menorah

menorahs

Hanukah lamps

Hanuka lamps

servers

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