## How long is a Tefach?

8 cm
According to Rabbi Chaim Naeh, one tefach = 8 cm, whereas according to the Chazon Ish one tefach = 9.6 cm.

What are the dimensions of a sukkah?

A kosher sukkah must have at least 3 walls, and each wall must have a minimum length of 28 inches (7 tefachim x 7 tefachim)3. The walls of the sukkah must extend at least 40 inches high4, and the walls may not be suspended more than 9 inches above the ground5 (this is a common problem with fabric sukkahs).

### How long is a mil Halacha?

1 parasang (parasa) = 4 mils (milin)…Discrepancies of ell.

Translation parasang 2.41–2.85 mi 3.87–4.58 km Distance covered by an average man in a day’s walk is 10 parsa’ot. Time to walk a parasa is 72–96 minutes.

How much is a Tefach in inches?

The range of values of the length of the tefach given in various sources gives the minimum as 8 cm = 3.15 in. = 0.26 ft and the maximum as 10.67 cm = 4.2 in.

## How big is a Kezayis?

Kezayit, k’zayit, or kezayis (Hebrew: כְּזַיִת‎) is a Talmudic unit of volume approximately equal to the size of an average olive.

How many feet is a cubit?

1.5 feet
The distance between thumb and outstretched finger to the elbow is a cubit sometimes referred to as a “natural cubit” of about 1.5 feet. This standard seems to have been used in the Roman system of measures as well as in different Greek systems.

### Does a sukkah need a mezuzah?

A building not used as a permanent residence, such as a sukkah, does not need a mezuzah. So that explains why the mezuzah is important and why it is hung on the doorpost. Yet mezuzot are not restricted to the exterior doorways. Observant Jews affix them to every doorway of every room in the house except the bathroom.

What is the maximum height for a sukkah?

The walls of the sukkah must extend at least 40 inches high,4 and the walls may not be suspended more than 9 inches above the ground 5 (this is a common problem with fabric sukkahs).

## How long is a biblical mile?

Biblical mile (Hebrew: מיל‎, romanized: mīl) is a unit of distance on land, or linear measure, principally used by Jews during the Herodian dynasty to ascertain distances between cities and to mark the Sabbath limit, equivalent to about ⅔ of an English statute mile, or what was about four furlongs (four stadia).

How many ml is a Reviis?

Therefore, a revi’is is approximately one half of a cup. Four plastic “shnapps cups” that state on the bottom “1 fl. oz. – 29 ml” are also approximately a revi’is.

### How much is a Kbeitza?

oz. A revi’is equals 1.5 beitzim (at the time of Chazal). This means 1.5 beitzim are less than 3.8 fl. oz., one beitzah is less than 2.53 fl.

How big does a kiddush cup need to be?

112 ml
Kiddush Cup The cup must hold at least a revi’is (3.8 fl. oz.; 112 ml). It is mehudar (best)to recite Kiddush using a silver becher. The cup should be clean and intact without any cracks or holes.