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A Tzitzit (plural: tzitzyot, also spelled Tzitzis), (Hebrew: Biblical ציצת Modern ציצית) is the "fringe" or "tassel" attached to four-cornered garments, including the tallit (prayer shawl) and tallit katan, worn by observant Jewish men.

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Chai Pendant - Wishbone Design

Chai - Hebrew Letters Chet and Yud - Chai translated meaning Life.

Chai Pendant has a "Wishbone" design - with a petite Israeli Diamond. The forked furcula bone which lies between the breast and neck of a chicken, or other fowl, is popularly called the wishbone or Merry thought-the latter being the much older term-named after the custom which has incorporated it since at least the 17th century. Two people take hold of either side of the bone, some insist they must use their little fingers only, and pull until it breaks. Whoever gets the largest piece can make a wish which, if not told to anyone, will come true. Nowadays mainly done by children, the custom is first described by John Aubrey in 1686, although the word 'Merry thought' appears in earlier 17th-century contexts.

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A blech is a metal sheet used by many observant Jews to cover stovetop burners (and for some, the knobs/dials too) on Shabbat (the Jewish Sabbath), as part of the precautions taken to avoid violating the halachic prohibition against cooking on the Sabbath by stirring the fire. (from the German by way of Yiddish word for tin or sheet metal)


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