The Jewish plaited candle is called the Havdalah candle and is used (together with wine and spices) in the Havdalah ceremony marking the end of Shabbat.
A Chanukah menorah.
It's actually spelled yahrzeit candle. It is a candle lit in memory of the dead in the Jewish religion.
It is a candle that is lit on Friday evening before sunset to usher in the Jewish Sabbath.
A Yahrzeit Candle is a special memorial candle. Special candles that burn for 24 hours are used.
The Jewish candle, known as the menorah (or, when used at Hanukkah, a hanukiyah) has been used as a symbol Judaism and Jewish people ever since a menorah was used in the Temple in Jerusalem for almost 3,000 years.
a bar mitzvah is the celebration of a Jewish boy becoming a man. there for he lights candle's to show that. p.s im not Jewish my friend is.
The candle holder used during Hanukkah is called the Chanukiah (Cha-noo-kee-ya) or Hanukkah-menorah.
candle holder or candelabra
A candelabra candle is a candle which has a base and it has branches that hold one or more candles. They are some candelabra's that are used in Jewish religion too. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Candelabra
Jews do not have baptism. It is a Christian observance.