Lchaim - definition of lchaim by The Free Dictionary
l'cha•im (ləˈxɑ yɪm, lə xɑˈyim)
Hebrew. (used as a drinking toast.)
[ləḥayyīm literally, to life]
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Gibstein, whose Lexus LS sedan now sports a license plate reading "LCHAIM
," said that he was "thoroughly enjoying being a Jew" and vowed to only shop wholesale from now on.