Sheva brachoth



/Hebrew ˈʃɛvɑ brɑˈxot; Yiddish ˈʃɛvə ˈbroxəs/
plural noun (Judaism)
1.
the seven blessings said during the marriage service and repeated at the celebration thereafter
2.
any of the celebratory meals held on the seven days after a wedding

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