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"Literally, 'spices.' It almost always refers to the spices in the spice box used for the Havdalah ceremony" (JPS).
"Modern Israeli slang for illegal drugs" (JPS).
"Literally, 'Happy Holiday.' The traditional, all-purpose greeting exchanged on almost any Jewish holiday" (JPS).
Lit. "page of the day", refers to the program of study of a page of Talmud every day
"faith"; sometimes contrasted with practical striving in the material world
"Would that it be so" (Steinmetz, Yiddish and English)
ideological outlook; point of view; "philosophy" (Weiser)
"Destruction of the Temple" (Glinert)
level, especially spiritual level
"1. As though true to fact...2. Surely or certainly...3. Actually, genuinely...4. To a high degree...5. Enthusiastic response: WOW." (Weiser)
an arranged spousal match
"In popular usage, any match or alliance, as in The shidduch between the two organization was a success." (Steinberg)
a date in the process of finding one's spouse
weekly Torah portion
only, simply, just for fun, not for a specific purpose
A highly learned and esteemed rabbinic leader (sometimes used as an alternative name for a Hasidic rebbe).
Common name for the 18th letter of the Hebrew alphabet (tzadi / tzade).
Someone who does extremely righteous deeds.
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