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  • agam

    n. Lake.

  • arisa

    n. Section of a pool.

  • aruchat boker

    n. Breakfast.

  • aruchat erev

    n. Dinner.

  • aruchat tzohorayim

    n. Lunch.

  • Av

    n. The eleventh month of the Jewish calendar (or fifth if counting from Nisan).

  • avodah

    n. "Service and worship of God" (Eisenberg).

  • bakbuk mayim

    n. Water bottle.

  • banot

    n. Girls.

  • baruch haba

    interj. "Welcome!"

  • beit knesset

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

  • beteavon

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

  • beys hakise

    n. Bathroom.

  • Birkat Hamazon

    n. The blessing after food, referring to the four blessing Grace After Meals said after consuming bread. Referred to in many communities as "bentching," or simply as "birkat" in some Jewish summer camps.

  • bishul chutz

    n. Cook-Out.

  • boker or

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

  • boker tov

    interj. "Good morning."

  • borei nefashos

    n. One of the blessings recited after eating food. Usually if a "Shehakol" blessing would be recited before eating.

  • brecha

    n. Pool.

  • bruchim haba'im

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