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mitsvah

[ Sephardic Hebrew meets-vah, mits-; English, Ashkenazic Hebrew mits-vuh ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew mitsˈvɑ, mɪts-; English, Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪts və /
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noun, plural mits·voth, mits·vot, mits·vos [Sephardic Hebrew meets-vawt, mits-; Ashkenazic Hebrew mits-vohs], /Sephardic Hebrew mitsˈvɔt, mɪts-; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪts voʊs/, English mits·vahs [mits-vuhz]. /ˈmɪts vəz/. Hebrew.
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