noun, plural Kad·di·shim [Ashkenazic Hebrew kah-dish-im; Sephardic Hebrew kah-dee-sheem] /Ashkenazic Hebrew kɑˈdɪʃ ɪm; Sephardic Hebrew kɑ diˈʃim/. Judaism.
Origin of Kaddish
Examples from the Web for kaddish
(Maariv, p.1, NRG Hebrew) Palestinian youth says kaddish for a Holocaust survivor?
Selig made no reply, he only gazed at his Kaddish with a beaming face.
I spoke the only Kaddish for her soul, but we, after all, were complete strangers to her!
Only no one may say Kaddish for me, no one may pray for the repose of my soul.Ghetto Tragedies|Israel Zangwill
There was not even one of her kin to say the first Kaddish over her resting-place.
When they leave, the dying man teaches his son how to say "Kaddish" for his soul when he is dead.The Spirit of the Ghetto|Hutchins Hapgood