Days of the Omer 2013 / עוֹמֶר 5773
Days of the Omer (7 weeks from the second night of Pesach to the day before Shavuot) for Hebrew Year 5773 began on and ended on .
Counting of the Omer (or Sefirat Ha'omer, Hebrew: ספירת העומר) is a verbal counting of each of the forty-nine days between the Jewish holidays of Passover and Shavuot. This mitzvah derives from the Torah commandment to count forty-nine days beginning from the day on which the Omer, a sacrifice containing an omer-measure of barley, was offered in the Temple in Jerusalem, up until the day before an offering of wheat was brought to the Temple on Shavuot. The Counting of the Omer begins on the second day of Passover (the 16th of Nisan) for Rabbinic Jews, and after the weekly Shabbat during Passover for Karaite Jews, and ends the day before the holiday of Shavuot, the 'fiftieth day.'.
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Dates for Days of the Omer
|Days of the Omer 2010||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5770|
|Days of the Omer 2011||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5771|
|Days of the Omer 2012||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5772|
|Days of the Omer 2013||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5773|
|Days of the Omer 2014||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5774|
|Days of the Omer 2015||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5775|
|Days of the Omer 2016||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5776|
|Days of the Omer 2017||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5777|
|Days of the Omer 2018||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5778|
|Days of the Omer 2019||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5779|
|Days of the Omer 2020||16 Nisan - 5 Sivan 5780|
- The Jewish Holidays: A Guide & Commentary (paid link)
- Rabbi Michael Strassfeld
- "Counting of the Omer" in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia
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