בענטשן

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Etymology[edit]

From a Romance language, ultimately from Late Latin benedīcō (I bless, praise).

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בענטשן (bentshn) (past participle געבענטשט (gebentsht))

  1. to bless
  2. to bentsh, recite the Birkat Hamazon, say grace after meals
    רבּותי, מיר וועלן בענטשן.‎ ― Rabosai, mir veln bentshn.Gentlemen, let us bentsh.

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