\sˈabaθ], \sˈabaθ], \s_ˈa_b_a_θ]\
Definitions of SABBATH
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The day or time of rest; the day of cessation from all ordinary labour or employment; among the anc. and modern Jews, the seventh day of the week; the Lord's Day; Sunday; among the Jews, the Sabbatical year. Note.-In strict propriety, the first day of the week is "the Lord's Day." or, as generally spoken of, "Sunday"; the seventh day of the week is "the Sabbath," or, as generally spoken of, "Saturday.".
By Stormonth, James, Phelp, P. H.
n. [Hebrew] The seventh or last day the week, the observance of which as a day of rest or worship, was enjoined upon the Jews in the decalogue; among Christians, the fist day of the week, the day on which Christ arose from the dead;- the seventh year observed among the Israelites as one of rest and festival;-intermission of pain effort, sorrow, or the like.