l'chaim

l'chaim
Ashk. /leuh khah"yim/; Seph. /leuh khah yeem"/, n. Hebrew.
a toast used in drinking to a person's health or well-being. Also, l'chayim, lechayim, lehayim.
[lahayyim lit., to life]

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