Asur – Forbidden
BaMidbar – Numbers
Bat Yisrael – Daughter of Israel
Beit HaMikdash – The Holy Temple
Benei Yisrael – Children of Israel
Bereishit – Genesis
Bimah – Torah Reading Platform
Chas veShalom – G-d Forbid!
Chavah – Eve
Chazal – our sages of the Mishna, Tosefta and Talmud era’s
Dat Yehudit – Fitting Jewish Behavior
Devarim – Deuteronomy
Divrei HaYamim – Chronicles
Ervah – Nakedness
Etrog [Etrogim] – Citron – a citrus fruit
G-d – used instead of El-him
Gan Eden – Garden of Eden
Gemara – Analysis of and Commentary on the Mishnah
HaShem – The Name YKVK – Used instead of the
Tetragammaton
Haftarah – Readings from the Prophets
Halachah – Jewish religious law, based on and including Biblical law
Hoshana Rabbah – 7th Day of Sukkot
Kedushah – Holiness
Klal Yisrael – All if Israel
Kreplech – small dumplings filled with meat
Mashiach – Messiah – Anointed One
Melachim Alef – 1 Kings
Melachim Bet – 2 Kings
Minhag – custom
Mishlei – Proverbs
Muktzeh – separated items that may not be moved during Shabbat or Yom Tov
Navi – Prophet
Neshamah – A level of soul
Pesach – Passover
Poskim – Halachic Decisors
Pritzut – Licentiousness
Rosh Chodesh – New Moon
Rosh HaShanah – Head of the Year – New Year
Segulah – Remedy or Protection
Shacharit – Morning Service
Shemot – Exodus
Shir HaShirim – Song of Songs
Shlomo – Solomon
Shmuel – Samuel
Siddur – Jewish Prayer Book
Sukkot – Huts (a Yom Tov – Festival)
Taharah – Ritually Pure; Purity
Talmidei Chachamim – Torah Scholars
Tanach – Scriptures – Bible
Tehillim – Psalms
Tikkun – rectification; healing
Tzniut – Modesty
Urim and Tumim – were inside the breastplate and dispensed judgment.
VaYikra – Leviticus
Yechezkel – Ezekiel
Yeshayahu – Isaiah
Yom Kippur – Day of Atonement
Zohar – “Radiance” – the Kabbalistic Tree of Life – a deeper insight of the Torah
ha-Satan – the Adversary