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13:04 Jul 4, 2001
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Large 'tsitsits' or large tassels
Explanation: A tsitsis is an undergarment worn by orthodox Jewish males. In Hebrew, it literally means 'tassels', as it has a tassel at each corner, with 613 strands altogether, representing the 613 laws of the Torah (the first 5 books of the Bible).
Tzitzitim is the plural and gadol (pl. gdolim) means large.
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jgal Local time: 14:47 Native speaker of: English, French
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Explanation: Tztitzeem Gdoleem means large breasts in Hebrew.
Laura Gentili Italy Local time: 14:47 Native speaker of: Italian PRO pts in pair: 4