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English translation: Home or residence or accomodation

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Hebrew term or phrase:medora
English translation:Home or residence or accomodation
Entered by: Leah Aharoni
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21:24 Jan 28, 2004
Hebrew to English translations [PRO]
Law/Patents
Hebrew term or phrase: medora
In divorce papers:
"The husband does not provide the wife with clothing, medora, and sustenance..."

Does this mean a home?
Leah Aharoni
Local time: 15:38
Home or residence or accomodation
Explanation:
medora = ha-mador shela, same root as dira, la-dur etc.
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Eynat
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Thanks. that's what i thought
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5Home or residence or accomodation
Eynat
5shelter
Simon Charass


  

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shelter


Explanation:
In this context cannot be anything else but “shelter”, not home. I think there is a typo or a bad fax; the word should be “magora” from “megurim”; ghimel and daleth being easily confused if the copy is not clear.
Hope that solves your problem and good luck.


Simon Charass
Canada
Local time: 08:38
Native speaker of: Native in EnglishEnglish, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 80

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neutral  Eynat: No typo involved: see below.
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Home or residence or accomodation


Explanation:
medora = ha-mador shela, same root as dira, la-dur etc.

Eynat
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