[mah-zuh l tawv, tawf, tohv] /ˈmɑ zəl ˌtɔv, ˌtɔf, ˌtoʊv/ Yiddish.
an expression of congratulations and best wishes, used chiefly by Jews:
A chorus of mazel tovs greeted the newlyweds as they circulated from table to table.
Congratulations!; Best wishes!: “Mazel tov,” Grandpa said as he thrust a five-dollar bill into my pocket. “I’m so proud of you!”.
1862, from modern Hebrew mazzal tob “good luck,” from Hebrew mazzaloth (plural) “constellations.”
[mey-zer] /ˈmeɪ zər/ noun 1. a large metal drinking bowl or cup, formerly of wood. /ˈmeɪzə/ noun 1. (obsolete) a large hardwood drinking bowl
/ˈmeɪzɪ/ adjective mazier, maziest 1. (Northern English, dialect) dizzy
[mey-zee] /ˈmeɪ zi/ adjective, mazier, maziest. 1. full of confusing turns, passages, etc.; like a ; labyrinthine. /ˈmeɪzɪ/ adjective mazier, maziest 1. of or like a maze; perplexing or confused adj. 1570s, from maze (n.) + -y (2).
[meyz] /meɪz/ noun 1. a confusing network of intercommunicating paths or passages; labyrinth. 2. any complex system or arrangement that causes bewilderment, confusion, or perplexity: Her petition was lost in a maze of bureaucratic red tape. 3. a state of bewilderment or confusion. 4. a winding movement, as in dancing. verb (used with object), mazed, […]