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Adon Olam

[ ah-dohn oh-lahm ]
/ ɑˈdoʊn oʊˈlɑm /
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noun Judaism.
a liturgical prayer or hymn expressing the faith of Israel in God, often sung in unison usually at the close of a service.
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Origin of Adon Olam

From Hebrew ādhōn ʿōlām literally, “Lord of the world”
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