מנחה

HebrewEdit

Etymology 1Edit

 
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Root
מ־נ־ח

Compare Arabic مِنْحَة(minḥa, gift).

NounEdit

מִנְחָה (minkháf (plural indefinite מְנָחוֹת‎, singular construct מִנְחַת־‎, plural construct מִנְחוֹת־‎) [pattern: קִטְלָה]

  1. an offering
  2. (Judaism) Mincha, afternoon prayers

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Etymology 2Edit

Root
נ־ח־ה

NounEdit

מַנְחֶה (mankhém (plural indefinite מַנְחִים‎, feminine counterpart מַנְחָה)

  1. a host

YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew מִנְחָה‎.

NounEdit

מנחה (minkhef, plural מנחות(minkhes)

  1. (Judaism) Mincha (afternoon prayer)