|the Jews||chosen people|
|American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee, charitable Jewish American organization whose purpose is to aid Jews in distress overseas||Joint|
|amulet, Jewish aid to prayer, reminder, see also:tefillin, small leather case containing Scriptural texts which is worn by Jews during morning prayers||phylactery|
|ancient Jewish council, highest court of the ancient Jews during the Second Temple Period (ruled on administrative, judicial, and religious issues)||Sanhedrin|
|ancient Persian King that is said to have tried to kill all of the Jews in his land (in the Book of Esther)||Ahasuerus|
|behavior discriminating against Jews||anti-Semitism|
|book of Bible, Jewish leader, Jewish leader of the fifth century who led exiled Jews back to Judea from Persia (Biblical); book of the Old Testament (Biblical); male first name||Nehemiah|
|Christian with traditional African beliefs, of Zionism, of the movement that promotes Jews returning to and rebuilding Israel, pertaining to Zionism, one who practices Zionism, one supporting the movement that promotes Jews returning to and rebuilding ...||Zionist|
|congregation of Jews for the purpose of worship and religious instruction; building for Jewish worship and religious instruction, house of worship for Jewish congregation||synagogue|
|container for holy bread and wine, evangelical place of worship, human body, Jewish Temple, large place of worship; portable sanctuary carried by the Jews during the Exodus; box containing the consecrated wine and host for the Eucharist, niche for icon...||tabernacle|
|decorate something with tassels, decoration made of bunched loose threads, fringe, make a fringed garment, fringe; fringed garment worn by observant Jews, produce a tuft on corn, remove tassel from corn, tuft at end of corn||tassel|
|Dispersion, exile of the Jews from Israel, Jewish exile, dispersion of the Jews to countries outside of Palestine (after the Babylonian captivity); community of Jews living outside of Palestine or modern Israel, Jews living outside Israel||Diaspora|
|exile of Jews in Babylonia||Babylonian captivity|
|Feast of Lots, holiday celebrating the deliverance of the Jews of Persia from destruction (Judaism), Jewish festival||Purim|
|festive religious ceremony and dinner celebrated by Jews during the holiday of Passover (in commemoration of the Exodus from Egypt), Jewish feast||Seder|
|genocide of European Jews and others, the mass slaughter of European civilians and especially Jews by the Nazis during World War II||Holocaust|
|grand vizier of Persia who plotted the destruction of the Jews but was hung when his plan was discovered (from the Book of Esther)||Haman|
|headcovering worn by religious Jews||yarmulke|
|headcovering worn by religious Jews, skullcap||yarmulka|
|Holocaust, the mass slaughter of European civilians and especially Jews by the Nazis during World War II||Shoah|
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EUdict (European dictionary) is a collection of online dictionaries for the languages spoken mostly in Europe. These dictionaries are the result of the work of many authors who worked very hard and finally offered their product free of charge on the internet thus making it easier to all of us to communicate with each other. Some of the dictionaries have only a few thousand words, others have more than 320,000. Some of the words may be incorrectly translated or mistyped.
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