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Happy Birthday = Yom Huledet Same'ach

On the occasion of a Bar Mitzvah it is customary to bless the Bar Mitzvah boy with a hearty Mazel Tov!

(Oh... and don't forget the presents...)

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You just said it. The words "BAHT MITZ-vah" are Hebrew words, meaning "daughter [of] commandments". The phrase refers to a Jewish girl who is turning 12 years old, and is now legally responsible for her own adherence to the Jewish law and way of life. Strictly speaking, the phrase does NOT mean the synagogue service, party, or any other event or process associated with the occasion.

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At the time of someone's bar or bat mitzvah, you would say mazel tov! This essentially means "congratulations", which is very fit for this occasion since it is the transition from childhood to man/womanhood

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mazal tov, also pronounced MAHzel toff

Happy Bat Mitzvah is not a Hebrew expression. You would just say "Mazal Tov" (מזל טוב)

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Happy Bat Mizvah is not a Hebrew expression. You would just say "Mazal Tov"

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Happy Bat Mitzvah is not a Hebrew expression. You would just say "Mazal Tov" (מזל טוב)

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These two words are Hebrew words.

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mazal tov, also pronounced MAHzel toff

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bar mitzvah of = בר מצוה של

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