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Chumash
The Torah, First 5 books of Moses
Kibud Ov
Honor your Father
Kosher
Clean, food permitted to be eaten by torah observant jews
Mashpia
Adult figure in a yeshiva who serves as a moral or spirtual guide for students
Mezuzah
Signigies the sancity and blessings of Jewish home, small container hat holds some verses
Modeh Ani
Prayer said upon waking in the morning "I give thee thanks"
Shofar
can be made by Rams Horns specific commandment for Rosh Hashanah
Skullcap
Small cloth that observant Jewish men wear
Tefillin
two small black boxes with black straps with verses in them, wearing one on forhead and one arm
Yeshiva
Jewish school,empahsizes on religious education but also teaches secular subjects
Yiddish
Dialect or Language Mixed German,Hebrew,Slavic
Zemiros
songs sung at the shabbat table on Fri and Sat night
Goy
non jew, a gentile
Sitra Achra
ppl who are evil and from other side
Iliu
Genius
Hasidim/Hasidic
type of jesw, very strict, follows old testement
Krias Shema
Jewish Prayer, at night
Rebbe
Hasidic group leader, match, teacher
Shabbos
weekly day of rest from Fri until sat night
Yom Kippur
Day of Attonement, falls on 10th day of Hebrew Month
Succos
7 day holiday season of rejocing harvest festival
Hanukkah
8 day holiday known as festival of rededication
Talmud
record of rabbinic descisions pertaning to Jewish law ethics history and custums
Yoh Ribbon Olom
God,or Master of the Universe
Matzos
crisp wheat flour and water dough. bread for passover
Kaskett
a felt hat
Rosh Hashonoh
Beginning of jewish year
Pesach
passover unleavened bread cleansing 7 days
Purim
saved jews from elimination joyus fun holiday
Mikveh
ritual bath used in purification ceremony
tallis
poncho like garment prayer shawl fringes