סוּכָּה, סֻכָּה f. (b. h.; סָכַךְ) cover of twigs; booth; esp. Succah, the booth covered with twigs &c. for the seven days of Succoth. Maasr. III, 7 סוּכַּת גינוסר the lodge of Genezareth gardens (inhabited during vintage); ס׳ היוצרים the potter’s hut (the outer compartment serving as a workshop, the inner as a dwelling); סֻכַּת החג the festive booth. Num. R. s. 4 (ref. to יֻסַּךְ, Ex. XXV, 29) שהיו מעמידין … כמין ס׳ they put the bread up in the shape of a hut; שכל חלה … ס׳ וכ׳ each cake forming a roof over that below (tubes being placed between them to allow the air to strike). Succ. I, 1 ס׳ שהיא גבוהה וכ׳ a Succah which is higher than twenty cubits is unfit for ritual use. Ib. 2 העושה סוּכָּתוֹ וכ׳ he who put up his Succah under a tree; a. v. fr.—Pl. סוּכּוֹת, סֻכּוֹת. Ib. 8ᵇ שתי ס׳ של יוצרים the two combined huts of the potters, v. supra; a. fr.—Succah, name of a treatise, of the Order of Moʿed, of the Mishnah, Talmud Babli a. Y’rushalmi, a. Tosefta.