[ yig-dahl, yeeg- ]
/ yɪgˈdɑl, yig- /

noun Judaism.

a liturgical prayer or hymn expressing the faith of Israel in God, usually sung responsively by the cantor and congregation at the close of the evening service on the Sabbath and festivals.

Origin of Yigdal

From the Hebrew word yighdal may He be magnified

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