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(Biblical) third Old Testament patriarch, son of Isaac, father of the 12 tribes of Israel (also called Israel); male first name, Hebrew patriarchJacob
(from Hebrew) one who performs the circumcision rite, somebody who performs circumcisionsmohel
(Hebrew) "prickly pear", native-born Israeli, native Israelisabra
(Hebrew) a preacherMaggid
(Hebrew) good deed; commandment, Jewish law of moral conduct, religious dutymitzvah
(Hebrew) part of the phrase "mazel tov" (good luck)mazel
(Hebrew) scroll of religious writings; lengthy detailed explanation (Slang), Hebrew scroll, overly elaborate accountmegillah
(Hebrew) start, head, top, beginning (used in expressions such as "Rosh Hashana")Rosh
(Hebrew) supervisor of kashrut (also mashgiach)mashgiah
(Hebrew) supervisor of kashrut (also mashgiah)mashgiach
10th letter of Hebrew alphabet, Hebrew letter, yodhyod
10th month of Jewish calendar, 10th month of the Hebrew calendar; family name (Hebrew)Tammuz
11th month of Jewish calendar, fifth month of the Hebrew calendar, ShebatShevat
12th letter of Hebrew alphabetlamed; lamedh
13th letter of the Hebrew alphabetmem
14th letter of the Hebrew alphabet, female member of a religious order (especially Catholic), kind of pigeon, religious womannun
15th Hebrew lettersamekh
16th letter of Hebrew alphabetayin
17th letter of the Hebrew alphabetpe
18th letter of Hebrew alphabetsadhe; sade; tsade
19th letter of Hebrew alphabetkoph; qoph
19th letter of Hebrew alphabetqoph
1st letter of Hebrew alphabet, alefaleph
20th letter of the Hebrew alphabetresh
22nd letter of Hebrew alphabet, climb by wrapping the arms and legs around an object and pulling oneself upward, climb using arms and legs, cut of beef, front of lower leg, front part of the leg between the knee and ankle; tibia, bone located at the fr...shin
23rd letter of Hebrew alphabettav
2nd letter of Hebrew alphabetbeth
3rd month in Jewish calendar, name of the ninth month of the Hebrew calendar; Hebrew nameSivan
3rd part of Hebrew Bible, last of the three parts of the Old Testament, Kethuvim, the WritingsHagiographa
5th letter of Hebrew alphabethe
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