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The sixth month of the Hebrew calendar. Corresponds approximately to August/September (Neh 6:15; 1 Macc 14:27). For further information, see this article: Calendar.
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Elul (ee´luhl), the postexilic (late sixth century bce on) name of the sixth month of the Jewish year, according to the religious calendar. It would have been the twelfth month of the year in the older agricultural calendar. Mid-August to mid-September, it is the month when vintage begins. For biblical
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ELUL. The sixth month in the Heb. sacred calendar and the last month of the civil calendar (Neh 6:15). It begins with the new moon of August and ends with the new moon of September. The Heb. name ‘ĕlûl seems to have been adopted during the Exile, as it does not appear in pre-Exilic writing. Early writings
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Elul (Heb. ʾĕlûl)The sixth month of the Hebrew year (Aug.–Sept.; Akk. elulu, ululu).
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ELUL The sixth month of the Hebrew calendar; it corresponded approximately to August and September.
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