Mazal di perou

Mazal di perou

Mazal comes from the Hebrew word מַזָל meaning luck 

Literal translation: Luck of a dog

The equivalent of  Lucky dog ” in English

It is usually said when you see a dog being treated very well by its owner, e.g. given steak for dinner or is carried by its human. Sometimes it is said about a person who is fortunate like only a dog can be.

View this video and see how lucky the dog is after being saved!

Submitted by Isaac Piha on Friday 30th July 2017

Video submitted on 3rd February 2018

 

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