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Tizke vetichye vita'arich yamim


  • May you have the fortune to have a long and good life!

Example Sentences

  • A: Tizku Leshanim rabot! B: Tizke vetichye vita'arich yamim!

Languages of Origin

Textual Hebrew, Modern Hebrew


תזכה ותחיה ותאריך ימים

Who Uses This

Sephardim: Jews with Sephardi or Mizrahi heritage


North America




Sometimes we slur or Mumble the response as it is many words to say in a short greeting time.

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