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succorless | succory | succos | succotash | succoteague | Succoth | succour | succourer | succuba | succubine | succubous

Succoth

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Noun, Noun Plural
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Suc=coth

OXFORD DICTIONARY

Succoth, n. the Jewish autumn thanksgiving festival commemorating the sheltering in the wilderness.

Etymology
Heb. sukk{ocirc}t pl. of sukkah thicket, hut

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