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I’m a regular listener of your podcast On the Other Hand. Can you explain the meaning of the Hebrew sign-off/farewell phrase at the end of each episode?

I’m a regular listener of your podcast On the Other Hand. Can you explain the meaning of the Hebrew sign-off/farewell phrase at the end of each episode?
Girl in blue dress waves goodbye to a man

We’re glad to hear that you’re enjoying our weekly podcast, On the Other Hand: Ten Minutes of Torah. Thanks for listening!

The Hebrew phrase at the end of the podcast is “L’hitraot,” which it means “See you again.” It is a bit less formal than the Hebrew word shalom (farewell).  

If you’re interested in more content along the lines of On the Other Hand, you may want to check our other podcasts, Stories We Tell and Wholly Jewish. If you’re interested in more resources for weekly Torah study, you might like to subscribe to Ten Minutes of Torah, weekday emails on topics of Jewish interest.