from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Variant of Magen David.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. A hexagram{1a}, when used as the symbol of Judaism; called also Magen David and Star of David. It is included on the flag of the state of Israel.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a six-pointed star formed from two equilateral triangles; an emblem symbolizing Judaism


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  • Under the bright kitchen light we finished off nearly a whole bottle of my father's chilled dark red Mogen David wine.


  • Many non-Jews buy matzo, and sweet Concord wines from Manischewitz and Mogen David are popular among Asians and African-Americans as well as Jews.

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  • In addition, don't forget the classic sweet reds, Mogen David and Manischewitz, the kosher wines that many of us grew up with.

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  • We recommended sweet reds from Eastern Europe, as well as Mogen David and Manischewitz, but we also suggested he try a young, fresh Beaujolais, which isn't sweet but will be quite fruity.

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  • Who needs Maneshevitz and Mogen David or any sort of concord wine?

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  • "But, Lard, you can't be serious--are ye drunk, Lard, you drank a lot of that Mogen David at Mary Magdalen's joint the other night?"

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  • It was like Mogen David with 7Up, so sweet it made your hair hurt.

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  • Well, I usually eat a lot of watermelon and fried chicken in the morning, around noon I count mine and other people's money while eating a bagel and a schmear (washing it down with some Mogen David).

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  • He would come back with a bag of Hebrew National salamis and Mogen David wine from the kosher PX, and share them with his less fortunate gentile brethren.


  • As the fourth glass of sticky sweet Mogen David swill wine is poured, the front door is opened to welcome the phantom Prophet


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