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The extra Adar happens when there is a leap year -- we add a month to preserve the lunar properties of the calendar. Seven in nineteen years are leap years, so every 2-3 years on average. From Judai …
answered Dec 19 '14 by Monica Cellio
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The Jewish calendar actually has more than one "new year", depending on what you're counting. 1 Nissan is the new year for months; when the torah says "in the seventh month" (or some other numeric counting … The torah explicitly refers to the month of the exodus as the "beginning of the months for you". 1 Tishrei is the new year for the world. …
answered Sep 13 '15 by Monica Cellio