Kedushah

[Sephardic Hebrew kuh-doo-shah; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-doo-shaw]
noun, plural Ke·du·shoth, Ke·du·shot, Ke·du·shos [Sephardic Hebrew kuh-doo-shawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-doo-shaws] /Sephardic Hebrew kə duˈʃɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew kəˈdu ʃɔs/, English Ke·du·shahs. Judaism.
  1. a liturgical prayer of varying form that is incorporated into the third blessing of the Amidah during the repetition of this prayer by the cantor.

Origin of Kedushah

From the Hebrew word qĕdhushshāh literally, holiness
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