lulav

Pronounced: LOO-lahv (oo as in boo), Origin: Hebrew, a bundle of branches representing three species — willow, myrtle and palm — which are shaken together with the etrog on Sukkot.

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What Happens in Synagogue on Sukkot

Highlights of the Sukkot Prayer Service

How to Buy a Lulav and Etrog

What to look for, how to care for them and — and what to do with them when Sukkot is over.

Sukkot at Home

How to celebrate the Festival of Booths.