mashgiach(redirected from mashgihim)
mash·gi·achor mash·gi·ah (mäsh-gē′äKH)
n. pl. mash·gi·chim or mash·gi·him (-gē′KHĭm, -gē-KHēm′)
An Orthodox rabbi, or a person appointed or approved by such a rabbi, whose responsibility is to prevent violations of Jewish dietary laws by inspection of slaughterhouses, meat markets, and restaurants where food assumed to be kosher is prepared for the public.
(Judaism) Judaism a person who ensures adherence to kosher rules by inspecting premises in which food is prepared