Mizrachi

adjective Miz·ra·chi \mizˈräḵē\
variants: less commonly

Mizrahi

\mizˈräḵē\

Definition of Mizrachi

  1. :  of or relating to a movement in Zionism supported by strictly orthodox Jews

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Origin and Etymology of mizrachi

Mizrachi, movement in Zionism founded in 1902, from Hebrew Mizrāḥī, literally, of the east, from mizrāḥ east


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