mitz·vah noun \ˈmits-və\
plural mitz·voth \-ˌvōt, -ˌvōth, -ˌvōs\ or mitz·vahs
: a commandment of the Jewish law
: a meritorious or charitable act
Origin of MITZVAH
First Known Use: 1723
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