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treif

or tref  (trāf)
adj. Judaism
Unclean and unfit for consumption according to dietary law; not kosher.

[Yiddish treyf, from Hebrew ṭərēpâ, carrion, from ṭārap, to tear; see ṭrp in Semitic roots.]
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