Kedushah

[ Sephardic Hebrew kuh-doo-shah; Ashkenazic Hebrew kuh-doo-shaw ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew kə duˈʃɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew kəˈdu ʃɔ /

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.

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.

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Origin of Kedushah

From the Hebrew word qĕdhushshāh literally, holiness

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