ROV BRACHOT

Rov b'rachot hod ve'ikar -
Lechag hasukot chag ha'ikar,
Bechag ha'asif, bechag hasukot,
Nish'kach kol amal veckol metzukot,
Sh'tu hayayin bedim'at ayin
Be'ir Yerushalayim, Yerushalayim.

MANY BLESSINGS

Many blessings, majesty and splendor
For the Sukkot holiday, the farmer's holiday
On the festival of gathering, on the Sukkot holiday,
Let's forget all work and all our distresses,
Drink the wine with a tear in the eye
In the city of Jerusalem, Jerusalem

 

רוב ברכות

Hebrew words

Note:
The first line lists 3 blessings for the festival of Sukkot
1) rov brachot - An abundance of blessings
2) hod - majesty, glory
3) ikar - splendor
See other songs for Sukkot (Feast of the Tabernacles)

LYRICS
Matityahu Shalem
MUSIC
Matityahu Shalem
SINGER
Gevatron
CD
Gevatron
DANCE CHOREOGRAPHER
Leah Bergstein 1958
DANCE FORMAT
Circle

Words transliterated by George Jakubovits of Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  Thanks to Peter Smolash of the Beyachad Israeli dance chat list for helpful notes
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