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siddur

[ Sephardic Hebrew see-door; Ashkenazic Hebrew si-duhr, si-door; English sid-er ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew siˈdur; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈsɪ dər, sɪˈdʊər; English ˈsɪd ər /
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noun, plural sid·du·rim [Sephardic Hebrew see-doo-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew si-doo-rim], /Sephardic Hebrew si duˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew sɪˈdʊ rɪm/, English sid·durs.Hebrew.
a Jewish prayer book designed for use chiefly on days other than festivals and holy days; a daily prayer book.
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Origin of siddur

siddūr literally, arrangement
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British Dictionary definitions for siddur

siddur
/ Hebrew (siːˈduːr, English ˈsɪdʊə) /

noun plural -durim (-duːˈriːm) or -durs
Judaism the Jewish prayer book

Word Origin for siddur

literally: order
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