Complete Definition of "shofar"

English

Etymology
From the Hebrew ש×פר (shofar, horn).

Pronunciation
IPA|/'ÊÉÊfÉ/

Noun
en-noun|shofroth

  1. Judaism a ramâs-horn trumpet

#:*1985: Thaddeus the fluteplayer had, it seems, found a ramâs horn or shofar, and he was blowing this not in the normal manner of an angry summons but so as to produce a melody of four notes, like a camp call to dinner or parade. â Anthony Burgess, Kingdom of the Wicked

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