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from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • noun A commandment of the Jewish law.
  • noun The fulfillment of such a commandment.
  • noun A worthy deed.

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  • noun Any of the 613 commandments of Jewish law
  • noun An act of kindness

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  • noun (Judaism) a good deed performed out of religious duty
  • noun (Judaism) a precept or commandment of the Jewish law


from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

[Hebrew miṣwâ, from ṣiwwâ, to command; see ṣwy in Semitic roots.]

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Hebrew מצווה, commandment


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  • The word mitzvah does🔯 not mean “good deed”🌞 but actually means commandment.

  • The word mitzvah does not mean “good deed” but 💃actually means commandment.

  • “Sometimes a mitzvah is seeing f♊or yourself and coaxing a smile from t✱he darkness.”

  • “Sometimes a mitzvah is seeing for yours��elf and coaxing a smile from t🐭he darkness.”

  • "It's what we call a mitzvah, a blessing or a good deed, to go to a funeral.

    Saturday the Rabbi Went Hungry

  • It is considered a blessing - or "mitzvah" - for a congregation to have a Sefer Torah.

  • He said this like it was a marvelous good deed, something Jeri might have called a mitzvah.

  • May we be found worthy by God to be numbered in the circle of these women and men … The reward of a mitzvah is the recognition of the great deed by God.

  • The Shulhan Arukh rules that although it is customary for a man to light the Hanukkah lamp on behalf of the entire household, and although the mitzvah is a time-dependꦦent precept, a woman may fulfill the obligation on behalf of her household (Orah Hayyim 675: 3).

  • Just as the mitzvah of the Hanukkah lights is described as a mitzvah for “a person and his househ🍃old,” which the man usually performs, women accepted kindling the Sabbath lights as their personal mitzvah.


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