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Sidrah

[ Sephardic Hebrew see-drah; Ashkenazic Hebrew si-draw; English sid-ruh ]
/ Sephardic Hebrew siˈdrɑ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈsɪ drɔ; English ˈsɪd rə /
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noun, plural Si·droth, Si·drot, Si·dros [Sephardic Hebrew see-drawt; Ashkenazic Hebrew si-draws], /Sephardic Hebrew siˈdrɔt; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈsɪ drɔs/, English Sid·rahs.Hebrew.
a Parashah chanted or read on the Sabbath.
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Origin of Sidrah

sidhrāh literally, order
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How to use Sidrah in a sentence

  • Like a finished scholar did Mendel recite his sidrah, that portion of the Torah or Law which was appropriate to the day.

    Rabbi and Priest|Milton Goldsmith
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