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shadkhan

or shad路chan, schat路chen

[ Yiddish, Ashkenazic Hebrew, English shaht-khuhn; Sephardic Hebrew shaht-khahn ]
/ Yiddish, Ashkenazic Hebrew, English 藞蕛蓱t x蓹n; Sephardic Hebrew 蕛蓱t藞x蓱n /
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noun, plural shad路kha路nim [Yiddish, Ashkenazic Hebrew shaht-khaw-nim; Sephardic Hebrew shaht-khah-neem], /Yiddish, Ashkenazic Hebrew 蕛蓱t藞x蓴 n瑟m; Sephardic Hebrew 蕛蓱t x蓱藞nim/, English shad路khans.Yiddish and Hebrew.
a person who arranges Jewish marriages; matchmaker.
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Origin of shadkhan

Yiddish shatkhn<Hebrew shadhkh膩n, derivative of shidd膿kh arrange a marriage
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