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Rifka Vocab. #2

Rifka Week 2

wares n. articles of merchandise or manfacture; goods
tallis n. prayer shawls worn by male Jews during the daily morning service
mitzvah n. a celebration traditional in Jewish society or an act of upmost kindness
convent n. a monastery or nunnery
cabarets n. a restaurant providing food, drink, music, a dance floor, often a floor show
davening v. Yiddish, meaning to pray
peruke n. a man's wig of the 17th and 18th centuries, usually powdered and gathered at the back of the neck with a ribbon
steerage n. in a passenger ship, the part of the ship alotted to the passengers who traveled at the cheapest rate
democratic adj. the principle of political or scoial equality for all
parquet floor n. a floor composed of short strips or blocks of wood forming a pattern, sometimes with inlyas of other woods or other materials
Created by: MrsRooks