adv. Seemingly as such while allowing for the possibility of the opposite; apparently; ostensibly. (Weiser)
adv. Able to be taken for granted; assumed true in the absence of proof to the contrary; presumably. (Weiser)
L'choira it doesn't make any sense, but when I think about it, it's very smart.
"Lichora I should take the day to do my laundry. I can't stand all these socks lying around my room." (Weiser 51)
Languages of Origin
- Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)
- North America
- South Africa
- Frumspeak: The First Dictionary of Yeshivish, by Chaim Weiser (Northvale, 1995).
Who Uses This
lechoyra, l'choira, lechorah, lechora, lichora, l'chora
Comes from the root אור 'light', as in, circumstances are beginning to shed light on what has happened.
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