HabdaláSalto de línea Distinction. Ceremony which the Sabbath ends with.
HadasSalto de línea Myrtle. One of the elements used at Cabañuelas feast or Sukot feast.
Hagadá / Hagadot (pl)Salto de línea Book used to the Séder lecture at Pesaj feast.
Halá / Halot (pl)Salto de línea Bread consumed at Sabbath.
Halajá / Halajot (pl)Salto de línea Part or aspect of the oral law that address the determination of rules and religious and legal prescriptions. Also, each of these rules and jewish law in general.
HammamSalto de línea Arabic bath.
HamosíSalto de línea Prayer which with Yom Kippur begin.
HanukáSalto de línea Feast of the Lights.
HanukiyáSalto de línea Eight candles and an auxiliary candle o samas lamp, which has to be switch on at Hanuká or Feast of the Lights.
HarosetSalto de línea Pastry made by fruits, spices and wine in which bitter herbs of Pesaj dinner are spread.
HejalSalto de línea East Wall of the Synagogue in which we can find the closet for Torá rolls. It is sometimes a simply space on the wall that is cover with a curtain.
Hevrá qadisáSalto de línea Saint association responsible for the death’s hygiene and preparation for the burial.