The word “u’metuka” – meaning and sweet – is sometimes appended to the end.
In Yiddish, the standard wish is “Ah gut gebentsht yohr,” meaning “A good and blessed year”.
Rosh Hashanah began on September 18 and finished in the evening of Sunday, September 20.
However, no matter what you wish to say, the main thing is to wish each other a good year.
Yom Kippur is the 10th day of the seventh month of Tishrei is the Jewish calendar.