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
Occasionally (he smiles) there is a dispute—only it is for the honor of God—between him and the Shochet.
My comrade's father, the "Shochet," was asleep, and the little girl sat at the door and waited.Jewish Children|Sholem Naumovich Rabinovich
Even the Shochet sometimes goes away for a whole week, so when should they find time to quarrel?
In the Shochet's house there is a female lodger; she pays fifteen rubles a year.
I cannot ask Sophie to buy me any, and the Shochet's wife has given birth to a baby, and is not yet about again.