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mitzvah (n.)

Jewish rabbinical commandment, 1640s, from Hebrew mitzwah "commandment, precept," from base of tziwwah "he commanded," related to Arabic wasa "he bound, united."

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Definitions of mitzvah

mitzvah (n.)
(Judaism) a precept or commandment of the Jewish law;
Synonyms: mitsvah
mitzvah (n.)
(Judaism) a good deed performed out of religious duty;
Synonyms: mitsvah
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