|(AD 37-100?, born as Joseph Ben Matthias) Jewish historian and military man who participated in the Jewish rebellion against Rome, author of "History of the Jewish War"||Josephus Flavius|
|(Hebrew) good deed; commandment, Jewish law of moral conduct, religious duty||mitzvah|
|(Judaism) joyful recitation, song of praise, name given to the group of Psalms 113-118 which is recited and chanted during Jewish holidays (such as Passover, Shavuoth, Sukkoth and Rosh Hodesh)||hallel|
|(somewhat disrespectful term for a female goy, non-Jewish woman or girl (from Yiddish)||shiksa|
|10th month of Jewish calendar, 10th month of the Hebrew calendar; family name (Hebrew)||Tammuz|
|11th month in Jewish calendar, Ab||Av|
|11th month of Jewish calendar, fifth month of the Hebrew calendar, Shebat||Shevat|
|18thC Jewish enlightenment movement||Haskalah; Haskala|
|360-degree turn in vehicle, donut, ring-shaped object, round cake with hole or filling, small sweet pastry which is usually fried (also donut)||doughnut|
|3rd month in Jewish calendar, name of the ninth month of the Hebrew calendar; Hebrew name||Sivan|
|4th month of Jewish year, Tevet||Tebet|
|7th month in Jewish calendar, Aviv, Nissan||Nisan|
|8-9 day harvest festival, holiday commemorating the 40 years during which the Israelites lived in booths in the wilderness (Judaism), Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish harvest festival, Succoth, Sukkot||Sukkoth|
|8th month of Jewish calendar, Heshvan||Cheshvan|
|a senior official in a court of law, act as a legal judge, adjudicator, assess, be judge in a contest, condemn, consider or reckon, estimate, Jewish warrior leader, one who presides over court trials; one who chooses the winner in a contest, arbiter; e...||judge|
|able to be folded over, act of turning over; number of people coming in and leaving (e.g. employees and customers); gross revenues, total business done; rate of selling or producing; change, reversal; kind of pastry, amount of business, change in emplo...||turnover|
|adopt Judaism, make something Jewish||Judaize|
|Alfred Dreyfus (1859-1935), Jewish French army officer who was convicted of treason in 1894 and acquitted in 1906||Dreyfus|
|American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, charitable Jewish American organization whose purpose is to aid Jews in distress overseas||Joint|
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