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Sukkot Blessings

For those looking for a quick, easy reference to guide them through the home (and in the sukkah) ritual blessings for Sukkot, this resource is for you!

Our handy Sukkot Blessings, in an easy-to-print PDF format, includes the customary prayers said in the sukkah and when we shake the lulav, all in Hebrew and transliteration, with traditional and alternative translations as well.

Not sure how to pronounce the Hebrew? Read along, in transliteration or in Hebrew, and listen to each blessing:

  • In the sukkah:
    • Eating in the sukkah:
    • First time in the sukkah:
  • Over the lulav and etrog:



A language of West Semitic origins, culturally considered to be the language of the Jewish people. Ancient or Classical Hebrew is the language of Jewish prayer or study. Modern Hebrew was developed in the late-19th and early 20th centuries as a revival language; today it is spoken by most Israelis.
Hebrew for "booth," a temporary hut constructed for use during the week-long Jewish holiday of Sukkot ("booths"). Hebrew for "Booths," it's a fall holiday marking the harvest, like a Jewish Thanksgiving, complete with opportunities for dining and sleeping under the stars.
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