Definition of Nachas
1. pride in another's accomplishments [n NACHAS]
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Nachas
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Literary usage of Nachas
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1. Ériu: Founded as the Journal of the School of Irish Learning Devoted to by Royal Irish Academy (1904)
"4. -a-. In Mid. Ir. nacha- gives place to nachas-. This may be also used in the 3 sg. m. for the older nachan-. SR. nachas- ..."
2. Annotations on the Sunday lessons for morning and evening service throughout by Stephen Weston (1830)
"The meaning of the Hebrew verb nachas is, he guessed, or augured, well, or ill, of the future from the past. It is very remarkable, that in verse 2, ..."
3. The Anti-universalist: Or History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures by Josiah Priest (1837)
"... our remarks on the Hebrew words nachas, ... We have shown, as we believe, that the Hebrew words nachas and ..."
4. The Anti-universalist, Or, History of the Fallen Angels of the Scriptures by Josiah Priest (1839)
"See our remarks on the Hebrew words nachas, ... We have shown, as we believe, that the Hebrew words nachas and ..."
5. Human Rights Watch World Report 1998 by Human Rights Watch Staff (1997)
"Shaikh Ali al-nachas, a blind cleric about fifty years old, ... The death of al-nachas followed the deaths in late May and early June of two young men, ..."
6. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1871)
"... nachas».—The author of this .ч "lai ;he fat obtained from the -д -^n other fat ; it is ag much ..."
7. Southern Literary Messenger (1850)
"We should rather say, "it seems to bo good theory, but practice proves that it is not so." nachas».—I believe with Dr. Clarke that ..."
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