גט

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גֵּט (gēṭm (plural indefinite גיטים \ גִּטִּיםor גיטין \ גִּטִּין‎, singular construct גֵּט־) [pattern: קֵטֶל]

  1. (Jewish law) A document effecting the divorce of a wife from her husband.

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