the pray before the big celebration of the 'Yom Kippur'. It removes all promises done against the Jewish law. This is the reason it was a crucial celebration for the false converted in order to get free of their conversion.
(coal NID ra) In Judaism, a special evening service during Yom Kippur, where people pray and confess their sins.
Prayer said just before sunset on eve of Yom Kippur. The name is that of the first two words of the prayer beginning 'All our vows'.
"All Vows," a prayer chanted on the eve of the Day of Atonement, asking for absolution from all oaths, obligations and commitments made impulsively or under external duress.
(Hebrew, "All Vows). Famous hymn sung during Yom Kippur releasing Jews of all religious vows made in the previous year. See Jewish Holidays: Yom Kippur.
Literally all vows. The evening service of Yom Kippur, or the prayer that begins that service.
the opening prayer on the eve of Yom Kippur
Literal translation: "All vows"; Opening prayer for Yom Kippur eve.
Hebrew prayer meaning "all vows" which ushers in Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement.
The prayer that begins the Yom Kippur service.
Kol Nidre (Hebrew: ×›×œ × ×“×¨×™) is a Jewish prayer recited in the synagogue at the beginning of the evening service on Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. It is written in Aramaic, not Hebrew. Its name is taken from the opening words, meaning "All vows".
Kol Nidre, Op. 47, is a composition for cello and orchestra written by Max Bruch.