(lit., "order"): the order of service observed at home on the first two nights of Passover (see *Pesach)
the ceremonial meal on the first two nights of Passover. This is when the 4 cups of wine are drunk, matzo is eaten and the story of the Exodus is retold.
Hebrew for order; the Mishnah is divided into six major sedarim.
(Hebrew, "order") — Passover ceremony commemorating the Exodus from Egypt, observed by reading the Haggadah on the eve of the first day and, in most Diaspora communities, on the second night of the holiday as well. The Passover seder includes symbolic foods, prayers, songs, and a festive meal. See Haggadah, matzah, Passover.
(SAY-der) n. Seder. Order; Arrangement; ceremonies of the Passover meal. The Passover Seder is a ceremonial meal in which the story of the exodus from Egypt and songs are read out from a Haggadah (narrative). Note that the word Seder can also be used to describe the order of rituals at other meals; for example, the Shabbat seder, or the Tu B'shevat seder.
Literally “Order”. The religious service that is held at home on the eve of Passover.
The traditional evening home service and meal during of Passover.
Heb. (order of service) The ritual of the Passover dinner.
The Passover meal when families gather to read the Haggadah, which tells the story of the Jews' exodus from Egypt. Tradition dictates that no one should be left alone without a seder to attend, therefore it is customary to invite outsiders to partake in your seder ceremony.
'Order' prayer book for daily, Sabbath and occasional use
The ceremonial meal which takes place at home during Passover in which stories and songs are read out from the haggadah.
A feast commemorating the exodus from Egypt depicted in the book of Exodus in the Hebrew Bible. The service begins with the invitation extended to the poor to share the food and ends with, " Next year in Jerusalem." The recital of the traditional Haggadah is the most essential part of the Seder service. Primarily the narrative of Passover, the Haggadah tells the story of the entry into Egypt and of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery.
The order of the festive meal at home on the first and second nights of Pesach.
More than a meal - the seder is a Jewish ritual that entails prayer, singing, discussion, story-telling, some special ritual appetizers, four cups of wine, a full meal, more singing. The order and meaning of the seder is presented in a haggadah.
Literally order. The family home ritual conducted as part of the Passover observance.
(Judaism) the ceremonial dinner on the first night (or both nights) of Passover
a celebration of freedom
a ceremony held in Jewish homes to remember a time when Jews were slaves in Egypt and recall how they acquired their freedom
a meal held during Passover by Jewish families, and involves a lot of tradition, ritual, and symbolism and is believed to be what Christ was celebrating with his Disciples as the Last Supper
a meal which is distinguished by a number of distinctive prayers and rituals which highlight a special time and theme
Order. The service for the first two nights of passover.
(SAY-der) The traditional Passover meal.
The ordered service in the home on the first night (and in some homes, also the second night) of Passover.
(SAY-der) Hebrew word meaning "set order" Generally refers to the order of observing the Pesach
literally "order;" refers to the ordered ritual and meal with which we celebrate Passover
order; a religious festival and service/ meal held in Jewish households; a time when Jewish families gather to hear the Passover and to remember things from the past
Literal translation: "order"; A program of prayers and rituals for home celebration.
Translates as “order”. Refers to the festive meal eaten on the first night of Pesach (and repeated on the second night in communities outside of Israel).
Hebrew for "order" A ceremonial meal eaten at Passover.
A ritual family feast prescribed by custom and the Haggadah the story of Passover. Its focus is on freedom through open discussion. The legendary four questions are asked by the youngest and the answer is the explanation of the Exodus , its history and significance. The Afikomen is the last matzoh to be eaten after being hidden and then found by the children who thereby earn a prize. The prophet Elijah, the forerunner of the Messiah the ultimate redeemer, is an honored guest at every seder.
pl., Sedarim;)(lit., "order"): the order of service observed at home on the first night of *Pesach (and outside Eretz Yisrael on the first two nights)
Means 'order' and is usually used to refer to the Pesakh dinner using the Haggadah as a guide.
"Order of Arrangement", used to describe the symbolic Passover meal.
Evening Passover feast when the story of the liberation of Israel is told
Family home ritual and meal conducted on Passover evening
The ritual festival meal celebrated during Passover (literally means “order” since the meal is highly ordered).
Home service held on Passover.
(pl. sedarim; Hebrew for "order") The traditional Jewish evening service and opening of the celebration of Passover, which includes special food symbols and narratives; the order of the service is highly regulated, and the traditional narrative is known as the Passover Haggadah.
The service at the Passover evening meal; see Ch. 37.
lit., `order'; pl., Sedarim: The order of service observed on the first night of Pesach (and outside of Eretz Yisrael on the first two nights).
the festive home ritual of the first and second nights of Passover, at which the Hagada is recited.