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  • a long life

    interj. Used to greet a mourner after someone has died.

  • Birthright

    n. A free 10-day trip to Israel for young Diaspora Jews ages 18-26. Over 400,000 Jews have been to Israel on Birthright.

  • Diaspora Jew

    n. A Jew living in the Jewish Diaspora, as opposed to one living within the State of Israel.

  • from your mouth to God's ears

    (sentence) Response to a good wish or blessing that mentions future events: I want that to happen, but I'm not sure it will.

  • pluralism

    n. The principle of being purposefully accepting and welcoming of different levels of Jewish observance, different Jewish practices, and different denominations of Judaism.

  • pluralistic

    adj. (Of a Jewish organization, space, or community) purposefully accepting and welcoming of different levels of Jewish observance, different Jewish practices, and different denominations of Judaism.

  • yok

    n. Rowdy non-Jewish hooligan (derogatory).

  • Zionist

    n. A supporter of Zionism, i.e. a person who believes that the Jewish people has the right to a Jewish state in the land of Israel.