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  • banot

    n. Girls.

  • basari

    adj. Refers to foods that contain meat as well as utensils and dishes used to cook, serve, and eat meat.

  • behatzlacha

    interj. "Good luck!"; "Go with success."

  • beineinu

    adj. Between us.

  • beit cafe

    n. Coffee house.

  • beit knesset

    n. Jewish place of worship; "synagogue" (JPS).

  • besamim

    n. "Literally, 'spices.' It almost always refers to the spices in the spice box used for the Havdalah ceremony" (JPS).

  • beseder

    adv. and adj. Alright; fine. [lit. "in order"]; "OK" (Glinert).

  • beteavon

    interj. Bon appetit; enjoy your meal; dig in. Glinert: "Literally, 'bon appetit!'"

  • bishul chutz

    n. Cook-Out.

  • bitachon

    n. Faith, trust.

  • bli ayin hara

    n. Formula said in conjunction with a positive statement to ward off the evil eye.

  • boker or

    interj. Literally, "morning light". said in response to "boker tov."

  • boker tov

    interj. "Good morning."

  • boydem

    n. Attic.

  • brecha

    n. Pool.

  • Breslover

    n. A follower of the Hasidic branch of Judaism that adheres to the teachings of Rabbi Nachman of Breslov, the great-grandson of the Baal Shem Tov.

  • bruchim haba'im

    interj. Welcome! [lit. "blessed are those who come"]

  • Chabad

    n. An outreach-oriented branch of Hasidic Judaism that follows the Lubavitcher Rebbe. Chabad has thousands of branches around the world, including at many college campuses.

  • chadar ochel

    n. Dining hall, dining room.