noun, plural shoche·tim [shohkh-teem] /ʃoʊxˈtim/, English sho·chets. Hebrew.
noun, plural shohe·tim [shohkh-teem] /ʃoʊxˈtim/, English sho·hets. Hebrew.
Origin of shohet
Examples from the Web for shochet
Historical Examples of shochet
When the "Shochet" woke up, he washed his hands and took out his knife.Jewish Children
Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich
In the Shochet's house there is a female lodger; she pays fifteen rubles a year.
Of course, a Shochet sausage and a Dayan—no, that was very wrong!
Heyman, Heinrich Wilhelm David, son of a shochet (slaughterer) in poor circumstances.Some Jewish Witnesses For Christ
Rev. A. Bernstein, B.D.
They were not permitted to have synagogues, but could have prayer-rooms, and appoint a school-master and a butcher (Shochet).History of the Jews, Vol. V (of 6)