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Definition funny of Kapara:
Hebrew word meaning "my atonement is to you" often used as a pet name by Mizrahi(eastern) and Sephardi(Spanish origin) Jews.
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A word that originate in Arabic, which is highly used in Israely slang. 1. A word to decribe a good person. 2. A calling word used by Eastern people in Israel.
1.Oh, This Moran is a kapara. 2.Kapara! Come here!
Hebrew word that means "atonement". Used by religious Jews to let things roll off one's shoulders. Based on the belief that a bit of pain gives atonement for one's small sins. Also "kaparat avonot"
Don't worry for what happened. Kapara!
Songs about Kapara:
Hai Re Faison Kapara Penehela by Anju Jha from the Album Saiya Padu Paiya
Kapara by Maayan Congregation from the Album Messianic Worship In Israel
Kapara (????) by ???? ???? from the Album Ha'Shachar 35 (???? 35)
Kapara (Original Mix) by Megaloman Marky Style from the Album We Are Dubstep Vol. 3
Kapara (Original Mix) by Megaloman Marky Style from the Album Kapara
La Kapara by Miriam Nova from the Album Canti Ebraici Tradizionale E Moderna
La Kapara by Miriam Nova from the Album Canciones Judías Tradicionales Y Modernas
Books about Kapara:
Puk en Jojua, me kajirauik jo? ni lokaia uta ipru: Ap kapara ki to? ponape by Bible. (Jan 1, 1882)
At O Ari En Puk En Kajoipan Nanamaraki Kan: Me Kajirauik Jon Ni Lokaia Uta Ipru Ap Kapara Ki Ton Ponape (1889)... by Joupenepan Paipel Publisher (Sep 10, 2010)
At O Ari En Puk En Jamuel Ka: Me Kajirauik Jon Ni Lokaia Uta Ipru, Ap Kapara Ki Ton Ponape... by E. T. Doane (Apr 19, 2012)
At O Ari En Puk En Kajoipan Nanamaraki Kan: Me Kajirauik Jon Ni Lokaia Uta Ipru AP Kapara KI Ton Ponape (1889)... by By (author) Paipel Publisher Joupenepan Paipel Publisher (2010)
Wiki information Kapara:
King Kapara of Guzana was the ruler of a small Aramaean kingdom of Bit Bahiani in the 10th or 9th century BC. He built a so-called Bit-hilani, a monumental palace in Neo-Hittite style discovered by Max von Oppenheim in 1911, with a rich decoration of...