mazel tov

interjection ma·zel tov \ˈmä-zəl-ˌtv, -ˌtf\

Definition of MAZEL TOV

—used to express congratulations

Origin of MAZEL TOV

Late Hebrew mazzāl tōbh, literally, good luck
First Known Use: 1862


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