Mizrachi

or Miz·ra·hi

[ miz-rah-khee ]
/ mɪzˈrɑ xi /

noun

a Zionist movement, founded in 1902, chiefly devoted to furthering the integration of Zionism and religious orthodoxy.

adjective

of or relating to Mizrachi.

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Origin of Mizrachi

1910–15; < Hebrew mizrāḥī, an acronym from m(erkā)z r(ū)ḥ(ān)ī spiritual center, with pun on mizrāḥī eastern
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Example sentences from the Web for mizrachi

  • David bethought himself instead of the owlish Mizrachi, his visit to whom had been left unfinished.

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