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Ash•ke•naz•im



Pronunciation: (äsh"ku-nä'zim), [key]
n.pl.,
sing. -naz•iPronunciation: (-nä'zē). [key]

Jews of central and eastern Europe, or their descendants, distinguished from the Sephardim chiefly by their liturgy, religious customs, and pronunciation of Hebrew.

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