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simcha

Line breaks: sim¦cha
Pronunciation: /ˈsɪmtʃə
 
, -xa/

Definition of simcha in English:

noun

A Jewish private party or celebration.
Example sentences
  • Families come together to celebrate holidays and simchas, joyous occasions.
  • This was no longer a simcha [celebration] whose essence you attempted to capture on film.
  • When you celebrate your simcha abroad, give your guests Made-In-Israel personalized favors.

Origin

from Hebrew śimḥāh 'rejoicing'.

Words that rhyme with simcha

filcher

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