Rosh HaShanah, the Jewish New Year, begins today at sundown and if you're wondering how to wish fellow Jews and Jewish friends a "Happy New Year" here's the answer: "L'Shanah Tovah." L'Shanah Tovah literally means "For a Good Year." (The image above shows "L'Shanah Tovah" in Hebrew.)
There are a few other ways you can greet someone on Rosh HaShanah. For instance, you could simply say "Chag Sameach," which means "Happy Holiday" in Hebrew. You can also say "Gut Yontiff," which is Yiddish for "Happy Holiday."
Learn more about Rosh HaShanah in: The 8 Most Important Things to Know About Rosh HaShanah.
Image credit: Judaic Greetings Cards