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“Though their tiny Gothic architectural features belie their Jewish origins, the proof is that they are engraved with the phrase mazel tov,”
“The concept that each nation has its own "mazel" (constellation) but for Yisrael there is none you can check out midrash on Gen. 15:5 in particular (start w/ Rashi: there are plenty of English translations) and as 530nm330hz commented above, see the Talmud Bavli, Shabbos (Shabbat) 156a + following, for some astrology discussion.”
“To this day, when a diamond changes hands, the seller, regardless of his ethnic background, says in Hebrew, "mazel," or good luck.”
“We say 'mazel bueno' here," says Haim Casas, using a mix of the Jewish expression for good luck or good fortune (mazel tov) and the Spanish word for good (bueno).”
“And if you do get engaged this holiday season, mazel tov.”
“March 16, 2009 at 08: 04 PM mazel tov! it's always great to see NY wine on the web. keep up the good work!”
“As an observer for almost two decades, I can only say it takes just what the cliches say -- hard work, determination, and a little mazel along the way.”
“Perhaps mazel, simple luck was still available to him but that could go either way also.”
“I remember always hearing about mazel and glick, good fortune and good luck, but I was quite confused because I thought they were always telling me about some family named 'Glick', because there actually was a butcher named Glick.”
“And according to a Jewish tradition, the broom broke a glass, this time against XIII century cobblestones, and the guests yelled mazel tov.”
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