shehitah

shehitah
Seph. /sheuh khee tah"/; Ashk. /sheuh khee"teuh/, n. Hebrew.
the slaughtering of animals for food by a duly certified person in the manner prescribed by Jewish law.
Also, shechitah. Cf. shohet.

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