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Bar Mitzvah

  
sometimes not caps     (Judaism)  
      adj  
1    (of a Jewish boy) having assumed full religious obligations, being at least thirteen years of age  
      n  
2    the occasion, ceremony, or celebration of that event  
3    the boy himself on that day  
     (Hebrew: son of the law)  
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mitzvah     (Hebrew)  
      n   pl   , -vahs, -voth     (Hebrew)     (Judaism)  
1    a commandment or precept, esp. one found in the Bible  
2    a good deed  
     (from Hebrew: commandment)  


Bar Mitzvah   sometimes not caps     (Judaism)  
      adj  
1    (of a Jewish boy) having assumed full religious obligations, being at least thirteen years of age  
      n  
2    the occasion, ceremony, or celebration of that event  
3    the boy himself on that day  
     (Hebrew: son of the law)  
Bas Mitzvah  
      n   sometimes not caps      a variant of       Bat Mitzvah  
Bat Mitzvah   sometimes not caps     (Judaism)  
      adj  
1    (of a Jewish girl) having attained religious majority at the age of twelve  
      n  
2    the date of, or, in some congregations, a ceremony marking, this event  
3    the girl herself on that day,   (Also called)    Bas Mitzvah  
     (from Hebrew, literally: daughter of the commandment)  

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Consulte también:

Bas Mitzvah, Bas Mitzvah, Bat Mitzvah, mikvah

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