Tempering out this comma in the 13-limit results in the rank-5 hebrewsmic temperament. Tempering it out in the 22.214.171.124 subgroup results in the rank-3 hebrew temperament. In either case 14/13 is split in two parts, each corresponding to 26/25.
Tempering it out alongside with 3136/3125 sets the rectified hebrew temperament, which is a 126.96.36.199 subgroup extension of didacus. The presence of 4394/4375 being tempered out is the defining factor which specifies the temperament as rectified hebrew.
The comma is tempered out in the Optimal ET sequence: 19(e), 34d, 38df, 53, 58, 72, 77, 111, 130, 19e. In addition, it is tempered out by 353edo, where it is connected to a proposal to reform the Hebrew calendar, hence its name.