Kiddush



[Sephardic Hebrew kee-doosh; Ashkenazic Hebrew kid-uh sh] /Sephardic Hebrew kiˈduʃ; Ashkenazic Hebrew ˈkɪd əʃ/

noun, Judaism.
1.
a blessing recited over a cup of wine or over bread on the Sabbath or on a festival.
/ˈkɪdəʃ; Hebrew kɪˈdʊʃ/
noun (Judaism)
1.
a special blessing said before a meal on sabbaths and festivals, usually including the blessing for wine or bread
2.
a reception usually for the congregants after a service at which drinks and snacks are served and this grace is said

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