Upsherin -- lit.: to “cut off” (Yiddish), referring to a custom to wait until a boy's third birthday before giving his first haircut

Urim V'Timum -- a part of the breastplate of the High Priest in the days of the Temple

uvda d'chol -- “everyday activity” that is not in the spirit of Shabbat

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