ketubah

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ke·tu·bah

also ke·tub·bah  (kə-to͞o′bə, kə-to͞o-bä′)
n. pl. ke·tu·both or ke·tu·bot (-to͞o′bōs, -to͞o-bôt′) or ke·tu·bahs also ke·tub·both or ke·tub·bot or ke·tub·bahs Judaism
A marriage contract, traditionally written in Aramaic, stipulating certain rights and responsibilities according to Jewish laws and customs.

[Mishnaic Hebrew kətubbâ, writing, writ, contract, from Hebrew kātab, to write; see ktb in Semitic roots.]

ketubah

(kətuˈbaː)
n
(Judaism) Judaism the contract that states the obligations within Jewish marriage
[from Hebrew, literally: document]