Meaning of Maariv in English:

Maariv

noun

(also Maarib)
Judaism
  • The Jewish evening prayer service, recited each day after twilight.

Pronunciation

Maariv

/ˈmɑːrɪv/ /ˈmɑːərɪv/ /ˈmʌɪrɪv/

Origin

Late 19th century; earliest use found in Jewish Herald. From Hebrew maʿărīḇ lit. ‘that brings evening’ (one of the opening phrases of the blessing), participle of heʿĕrīḇ to set (said of the sun) from the Semitic base of Arabic maġrib.