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From Hebrew שׁוּרוּק‎ m (shurúk).

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shuruk (plural shuruks)

  1. The combination of the Hebrew letter ו(vav) with a dagesh which represents the vowel /u/.
    • 1996, Macy Nulman, The Encyclopedia of Jewish Prayer, page 192:
      Sephardim and the Lubavitch rite vocalize the second word of the refrain with a shuruk and thus it reads vehu.

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