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Halacha — a Jewish law pertaining to a particular situation in the life of a Jew; the entire body of Jewish law is called «halacha» as well
Vort — the first meeting of the parents of the future groom and bride at which their children announce their wish to get married; the date of the engagement is announced as well
Giyur — the procedure of converting to Judaism prescribed by Jewish law, a person who underwent it («ger tzedek») becomes a full-fledged Jew
Yichud — the seclusion of a man with a woman; yichud is allowed only for husband and wife as well as the closest blood relatives (grandmother, grandfather, mother, father, sister, brother, son, daughter)
Yeshiva — religious educational institution for unmarried young men
Kiddushin — the consecration of the wife to the husband - the main part of a Jewish wedding, the groom consecrates the bride by putting a ring on her finger
Kisui Rosh — any headcovering with which a married Jewish woman covers her hair according to Jewish law
Kollel — religious educational institution for married men
Ring — used traditionally for the kiddushin ceremony - the consecration of the bride to the groom; the groom puts the ring on the bride's finger while saying the words «Behold, you are consecrated to me with this ring according to the law of Moshe and Israel»
Kesubah — marriage contract which is made before the wedding and read publically during the ceremony and then handed to the bride; according to Jewish law, husband and wife cannot live together even one day without the kesubah
Witnesses — the Jewish law mandates the presence of two witnesses during the wedding ceremony (chuppah) who put their signatures on the marriage contract (kesubah) and witness that groom and bride became husband and wife at that moment
Veil — it is customary for the bride's face to be covered with a veil while the groom's mother and the bride's mother lead her to the chuppah and, under the chuppah, lead her around the groom seven times
Chuppah — Jewish wedding; chuppah is also the name for the wedding canopy under which the consecration of the bride takes place and seven special blessings are made
Tznius — means «Modesty» in Hebrew, but the essence of the word encompasses a whole body of law concerning the behavior of men and women as well as aspects of the Jewish worldview
Shadchan — a Jewish matchmaker who deals preeminently with grooms; a shadchan is a person who is well-versed in Jewish law, ethics and worldview
Shadchanit — a female Jewish matchmaker who deals preeminently with brides
Sheva Brachos — seven special blessings that were decreed by the Sages to be read under the chuppah (wedding canopy) on the day of the wedding and on the seven days that follow; the festive meal that is made for groom and bride by relatives and friends daily during the seven days after the wedding is also called «sheva brachos»
Shidduch — the Jewish date - constists of several dates between a young man and a young woman in a public place in order to determine whether they would make a good husband and wife
Shoshvinim — the «entourage» of groom and bride - married couples who accompany them during the chuppah ceremony
Shtar — «contract» or «document» in Hebrew; the agreement made between groom and bride at the chuppah is called a «shtar kesubah»
Eirusin — a Jewish engagement - usually takes place several months before the wedding; at the Eirusin, the couple officially announces their plans to marry, but nevertheless, they remain forbidden for each other until the chuppah

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Halacha, Vort, Giyur, Yichud, Yeshiva, Kiddushin, Kisui Rosh, Kollel, Ring, Kesubah, Witnesses, Veil, Chuppah, Tznius, Shadchan, Shadchanit, Sheva Brachos, Shidduch, Shoshvinim, Shtar, Eirusin
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