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Tisha or Tishah is the Hebrew word for the number nine, as in Tisha B'Av (= 9th of the month Av), an annual fasting day in Judaism.


Tisha is a given name and surname. It is also a diminutive of the Russian masculine name Тихон (Tikhon). Notable persons with that name include:

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