Common Hebrew words

Chai - pronounced Hi -  Means Life

L'chaim - pronounced La hi um - Means to life.  It is said as Cheers when you drink.
Video Lechaim song from Fiddler on the roof
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nBfEUTO4Uvs&list=PLQi3oNHwGUuLMOW0g5d7iadIb9qkCEgqi&index=10


Simcha- sim ha - means rejoice

Shabbat shalom - means Good sabbath

Shavua tov- pronounced shaw vo a tov  -  means good week-  say this after shabbat ends

Oneg- pronounced own eh - means the after shabbat snack at the Temple- Shul
cut song about Oneg
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M0W9swFLs4Y&list=PLQi3oNHwGUuLMOW0g5d7iadIb9qkCEgqi

Shul- means Temple or synagogue

Kiddush- pronounced kid ish - means holy or make verbal statement - kiddush is the blessing over the wine.

B'nei Yisrael- pronounced Ba nay Israel - means children of Israel

Parashat- pronounced parsha- means weekly Torah portion.


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