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lechaim

(ləˈxɑjim) Judaism ,

lehaim

or

l'chaim

interj
(Judaism) a drinking toast
n
(Judaism) a small drink with which to toast something or someone
[from Hebrew, literally: to life]
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[18] Lechaim Naggan, "The Recent Decline in Prevalence of Anencephaly and Spina Bifida," American Journal of Epidemiology 89:2 (February 1969), 154-60; Ian Leck, "Spina Bifida and Anencephaly: Fewer Patients, More Problems," British Medical Journal 286 (May 28, 1983), 1679-80; David H.