daya letzara besha'ata

Alternative Spellings

dayo letzara besha'ata, daya l'tzara b'sha'ata, dayo l'tzara b'sha'ata, daya le-tzara be-sha'ata, dayo le-tzara be-sha'ata, daya letsara besha'ata, dayo letsara besha'ata, daya l'tsara b'sha'ata, dayo l'tsara b'sha'ata, daya le-tsara be-sha'ata, dayo le-tsara be-sha'ata, dayo letzoro besha'ato, dayo l'tzoro b'sha'ato, dayo le-tzoro be-sha'ato, dayo letsoro besha'ato, dayo l'tsoro b'sha'ato, dayo le-tsoro be-sha'ato, daya letzara besha'atah, dayo letzara besha'atah, daya l'tzara b'sha'atah, dayo l'tzara b'sha'atah, daya le-tzara be-sha'atah, dayo le-tzara be-sha'atah, daya letsara besha'atah, dayo letsara besha'atah, daya l'tsara b'sha'atah, dayo l'tsara b'sha'atah, daya le-tsara be-sha'atah, dayo le-tsara be-sha'atah, dayo letzoro besha'atoh, dayo l'tzoro b'sha'atoh, dayo le-tzoro be-sha'atoh, dayo letsoro besha'atoh, dayo l'tsoro b'sha'atoh, dayo le-tsoro be-sha'atoh

Definitions

  • "Don't try to find crises!" (Glinert)

Example Sentences

  • "But while they're fixing the patio, what if they find something wrong with the foundation? / Oh for Heaven's sake, don't start worrying about that! Daya le-tsara be-sha'ata!" (Glinert)

Languages of Origin

Textual Hebrew

Etymology

דיה לצרה בשעתה daya letsara besha'attah 'enough is one crises at a time'

Who Uses This

Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)

Regions

North America

Dictionaries

The Joys of Hebrew, by Lewis Glinert (New York, 1992).

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