mish·po·cha (listen to pronunciation here) [mish-paw-khuh, -pookh-uh] (previously 06-22-13)noun Yiddish.
1. an entire family network comprising relatives by blood and marriage; clan: I see you invited the whole mishpocha.Origin:
First recorded in 1855–60; from Yiddish mishpokhe, from Hebrew mishpāḥāh “family, clan”
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