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havurah

or cha路vu路rah

[ Sephardic Hebrew, Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-voo-rah; English khah-voo-rah ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew, Ashkenazic Hebrew 藢x蓱 vu藞r蓱; English 藢x蓱 v蕣藞r蓱 /
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noun, plural ha路vu路roth, ha路vu路rot [Sephardic Hebrew khah-voo-rawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew khah-voo-rohs], /Sephardic Hebrew 藢x蓱 vu藞r蓴t; Ashkenazic Hebrew 藢x蓱 vu藞ro蕣s/, English ha路vu路rahs.Hebrew.
a Jewish fellowship, especially an informal one that meets regularly for discussion or prayer.
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Origin of havurah

岣ツ僢h奴r膩h literally, company, group
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