- טֶכֶס (see usage notes)
Coined by Eliezer Ben-Yehuda in 1896 based on Ancient Greek τάξις (táxis) and Arabic طَقْس (ṭaqs) published in his daily newspaper, HaTzvi.
טֶקֶס • (tekes) m (plural indefinite טְקָסִים, plural construct טִקְסֵי־)
- Some use/prefer the spelling טֵכֶס (tekhes), which was common in Mishnaic Hebrew, but nowadays the Academy of the Hebrew Language recommends טֶקֶס (tekes), and it is far more common.
- פולחן / פֻּלְחָן m (pulkhan)
- ^ The Academy of the Hebrew Language (2011-03-15), “טקס או טכס?”, in (please provide the title of the work) (in Hebrew), retrieved 2016-10-26
- ^ טכס, טקס at Google Ngram Viewer