Baruch Hashem

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Literally "Blessed is the Name", in Hebrew idiom it means "God Bless" or "Thank God".

Often the answer to "Mah Nishma?" ("What's new?")

Briefly a season in town of saying "Jehovah-Jireh", meaning "The Lord Who Provides" (literally "Who Sees")