brocho

brocho

(ˈbrɔxɔ)
n
(Judaism) a variant of brachah
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His adventure at his yeshiva's "Blessing Bee" (which I assume was actually called the "brocho" bee, as it was in my school) was utterly familiar.
Shrewsbury 1, Auburn 1: Andrew Lijoi scored in the first period for the fourth-ranked Colonials (5-3-2), and Connor Brocho tied it in the second for the No.
Firefly Under the Tongue: Selected Poems of Coral Brocho.
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"Quinto de la tarde: 'Islero', negro entrepelado y bragado, bien puesto, ligeramente brocho. Buen trapio.
He is writing about a mitzva he will do even better than before, and the brochos he wants for our family." A brief glossary gives definitions for the Hebrew words used (for example, "Tatty" means father, a "Chabad House" is Lubavitch center of prayer and learning, and "brochos" are blessings).
Fears and phobias include children's fear of Purim masks, fear of reciting brochos and tefillos in shul, and an exaggerated fear of a spouse's infidelity.