[Sephardic Hebrew meen-hahg; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-hahg] /Sephardic Hebrew minˈhɑg; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪn hɑg/
noun, plural minhagim
[Sephardic Hebrew meen-hah-geem; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-hah-gim] /Sephardic Hebrew min hɑˈgim; Ashkenazic Hebrew mɪnˈhɑ gɪm/ (Show IPA). Hebrew.
a custom or procedure among Jews that is so firmly established as to have almost the binding force of law.
an accepted or binding tradition or set of traditions in a Jewish community; also, the form of liturgy used by a particular Jewish community
Minhag is an important ingredient of halakhah.
1843; Heb. ‘custom’
pl. minhag or minhagim
[Sephardic Hebrew meen-khah; Ashkenazic Hebrew min-khuh] /Sephardic Hebrew minˈxɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈmɪn xə/ noun, Hebrew. 1. the daily Jewish religious service conducted in the afternoon.
[mee-nyoo] /ˈmi nyʊ/ noun 1. a river in SW Europe, flowing SSW from NW Spain along the N boundary of Portugal into the Atlantic. 171 miles (275 km) long. /ˈmiɲu/ noun 1. the Portuguese name for the Miño
[min-hoh] /ˈmɪnˈhoʊ/ noun 1. Older Spelling. former name of .
[min-ee] /ˈmɪn i/ noun 1. . 2. a minicomputer. 3. anything of a small, reduced, or miniature size. adjective 4. of the length of a . 1. a combining form with the meanings “of a small or reduced size in comparison with others of its kind” (minicalculator; minicar; minigun); “limited in scope, intensity, or duration” […]