Parocheth



[Sephardic Hebrew paw-raw-khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew puh-roh-khes] /Sephardic Hebrew pɔˈrɔ xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew pəˈroʊ xɛs/

noun, Hebrew.
1.
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[Sephardic Hebrew paw-raw-khet; Ashkenazic Hebrew puh-roh-khes] /Sephardic Hebrew pɔˈrɔ xɛt; Ashkenazic Hebrew pəˈroʊ xɛs/
noun, Hebrew.
1.
a richly embroidered curtain that hangs in front of the Holy Ark in a synagogue.

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    [puh-roh-kee-uh-lahyz] /pəˈroʊ ki əˌlaɪz/ verb (used with object), parochialized, parochializing. 1. to make . verb (used without object), parochialized, parochializing. 2. to work in or for a parish.

  • Parochialism

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