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arba kanfoth

[ Sephardic Hebrew ahr-bah kahn-fawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ahr-buh-kahn-fuhs ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew ɑrˈbɑ kɑnˈfɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈɑr bəˈkɑn fəs /
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noun Hebrew.

a rectangular piece of cloth with fringes at the four corners and a hole in the center for the head, worn under the clothes by Orthodox Jewish males.

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Also ar·ba kan·fot; Ashkenazic Hebrew, ar·ba kan·fos .
Also called tallith katan .

Origin of arba kanfoth

arbaʿ kənāphōth literally, four corners
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