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Is there a Jewish way to give thanks?

Is there a Jewish way to give thanks?

It turns out that thanksgiving (or giving thanks) is very Jewish. In fact, the very term Jew (Yehudi) is directly linked to the Hebrew word hoda’ah, which means “thanks.” Here are seven classic Jewish ways to express your gratitude: 1. Todah Rabah

Where does the Jewish saying thank you very much come from?

Among the descendants of the Jews exiled from Spain in 1492, you’d probably say merci muncho, which is Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) for “thank you very much.” Interestingly, while muncho is of Spanish origin (as is most of Ladino ), merci is French.

What’s the Yiddish word for thanks in Yiddish?

“Thanks” in Yiddish is a dank. You can spice this one up by putting an adjective before the dank. A sheinem dank (“a nice thanks”) and a groisen dank ( “a big thanks”) both work well. 3. Yasher Koach

How to thank someone for doing a mitzvah?

Literally “may you merit to do mitzvahs ,” this term is often used to thank someone for an act of kindness. This reflects the rabbinic notion that the reward for a good deed is the ability to perform another one. 5. Merci Muncho

It turns out that thanksgiving (or giving thanks) is very Jewish. In fact, the very term Jew (Yehudi) is directly linked to the Hebrew word hoda’ah, which means “thanks.” Here are seven classic Jewish ways to express your gratitude: 1. Todah Rabah

Among the descendants of the Jews exiled from Spain in 1492, you’d probably say merci muncho, which is Ladino (Judeo-Spanish) for “thank you very much.” Interestingly, while muncho is of Spanish origin (as is most of Ladino ), merci is French.

“Thanks” in Yiddish is a dank. You can spice this one up by putting an adjective before the dank. A sheinem dank (“a nice thanks”) and a groisen dank ( “a big thanks”) both work well. 3. Yasher Koach

Literally “may you merit to do mitzvahs ,” this term is often used to thank someone for an act of kindness. This reflects the rabbinic notion that the reward for a good deed is the ability to perform another one. 5. Merci Muncho