berachah

[Sephardic Hebrew brah-khah; Ashkenazic Hebrew braw-khuh]

noun, plural be·ra·choth, be·ra·chot [Sephardic Hebrew brah-khawt] /Sephardic Hebrew brɑˈxɔt/, be·ra·chos [Ashkenazic Hebrew braw-khuh z] /Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈbrɔ xəz/. Hebrew.


Nearby words

  1. bepester,
  2. bepuzzle,
  3. bequeath,
  4. bequest,
  5. ber. is.,
  6. berakah,
  7. berakhah,
  8. berar,
  9. berascal,
  10. berat

berakhah

or be·ra·kah, be·ra·chah

[Sephardic Hebrew brah-khah; Ashkenazic Hebrew braw-khuh]

noun, plural be·ra·khoth, be·ra·khot [Sephardic Hebrew brah-khawt] /Sephardic Hebrew brɑˈxɔt/, be·ra·khos [Ashkenazic Hebrew braw-khuh z] /Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈbrɔ xəz/. Hebrew.

a blessing or benediction, usually recited according to a traditional formula.

Origin of berakhah

Hebrew bərākhāh

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