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  • beys hakise

    n. Bathroom.

  • boker or

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

  • borei nefashos

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

  • bruchim haba'im

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

  • chanichim

    n. Campers; members of youth movement, as in Hashomer Hatzair.

  • chet

    n. The eighth letter of the Hebrew alphabet. Often used to refer to a standing formation in the shape of the letter.

  • chofesh

    n. Free time.

  • dugma

    n. Example.

  • Kab Shab

    n. Abbreviated form of Kabalat Shabbat (the Friday night prayer service).

  • kehila kedosha

    n. A holy community.

  • kvutza

    n. An age-based group in Habonim Dror movement.

  • machanayim

    n. A dodgeball-like game common at Orthodox camps.

  • machane

    n. Summer camp [lit. "camp"].

  • masa

    n. A journey; at some camps, a hike or trip.

  • menucha

    n. Rest or rest time.

  • ohel

    n. Tent (in a summer camp setting).

  • rosh

    n. The head of a division or area of camp (e.g. age group, sport, art, education).

  • rosh edah

    n. Supervisor of staff member responsible for a particular age group at summer camp.

  • shelet

    n. A plaque, often artistically presented.

  • shir

    n. Song.