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kash·ruth
[Sephardic Hebrew kahsh-root; Ashkenazic Hebrew kahsh-root, -ruhs; English kahsh-ruhth]
NOUN
1.
the body of dietary laws prescribed for Jews: an observer of kashruth.
2.
fitness for use with respect to Jewish law: the kashruth of a religious object.
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