[shev-uh n] /ˈʃɛv ən/
the flesh of goats, used as food.
- Chevra kadisha
/xɛvˈrɑ kɑdɪˈʃɑ; Yiddish ˈxɛvrə kɑˈdɪʃə/ noun 1. a Jewish burial society, usually composed of unpaid volunteers who provide funerals for members of their congregation
[shev-ruh, shev; French she-vruh] /ˈʃɛv rə, ʃɛv; French ˈʃɛ vrə/ noun 1. any cheese made from goat’s milk. /ˈʃɛvrə/ noun 1. any cheese made from goats’ milk
[shuh-vret] /ʃəˈvrɛt/ noun 1. a soft, thin kidskin. /ʃəˈvrɛt/ noun 1. the skin of a young goat 2. the leather made from this skin
[shev-ruh n] /ˈʃɛv rən/ noun 1. a badge consisting of stripes meeting at an angle, worn on the sleeve by noncommissioned officers, police officers, etc., as an indication of rank, service, or the like. 2. an ornament in this form, as on a molding. 3. Also called chevron weave. (def 2a). 4. Heraldry. an ordinary […]