In its primary meaning, the Hebrew word
The simple meaning of the word
n. pl. mitz·voth (-vōt′, -vōs′) or mitz·vahs. 1. a. A commandment of the Jewish law. b. The fulfillment of such a commandment. 2. A worthy deed.
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A discussion of the Jewish coming-of-age ceremonies: Bar