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mehitzah

or me路chi路tzah

[ Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsah; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuh ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew m蓹 xi藞ts蓱; Ashkenazic Hebrew m蓹藞xi ts蓹 /
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noun, plural me路hit路zoth, me路hit路zot, me路hit路zos [Sephardic Hebrew muh-khee-tsawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew muh-khee-tsuhz, -khee-tsohs]. /Sephardic Hebrew m蓹 xi藞ts蓴t; Ashkenazic Hebrew m蓹藞xi ts蓹z, -藞xi tso蕣s/. Hebrew.
a curtain or other divider that serves as a partition between the women's and the men's sections in Orthodox Jewish synagogues.
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