kippah

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Related to Yarmulkah: yarmulke

kip·pah

 (kē-pä′)
n. pl. kip·poth or kip·pot (-pōt′, -pōs′) or kip·pahs

[Mishnaic Hebrew kippâ, arch, vault, yarmulke, from Hebrew kāpap, to bend, bow; see gbb in Semitic roots.]
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In the souvenir shop (embossed mugs, yarmulkahs, menorahs and hannukias, as well as rabbi marionettes, no less), bright young girls emanate an indomitable spirit as they help me with the mysteries of purchases in forint.