"Fruit eaten on the Jewish New Year" Crossword Clue

Author: Mathew Cooper
Last Updated: 02 Nov 2023

"Fruit eaten on the Jewish New Year" NYT crossword answer is:

APPLE (5 letters length)

The answer for "Fruit eaten on the Jewish New Year" crossword clue is listed above to help you solve the puzzle you are currently working on.

The Jewish New Year, or Rosh Hashanah, is celebrated with a variety of traditional foods, including apples and honey. Apples are a symbol of sweetness and a wish for a sweet new year, and honey is a symbol of the hope for a sweet future. Eating these two fruits together is a traditional way to celebrate the New Year and wish for a sweet and prosperous year ahead.

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