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kash·rut

also kash·ruth  (käsh′rəth, -rəs, käsh-ro͞ot′)
n.
1. The state of being kosher.
2. The body of Jewish dietary law.

[Mishnaic Hebrew kašrût, from kāšēr, fitting; see kosher.]
Translations
cacheroute
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