noun, plural Seders Hebrew, Sedarim
[Sephardic Hebrew se-dah-reem; Ashkenazic Hebrew suh-dah-rim, sey-dah-rim] /Sephardic Hebrew sɛ dɑˈrim; Ashkenazic Hebrew səˈdɑ rɪm, seɪ dɑˈrɪm/ (Show IPA). Judaism.
a ceremonial dinner that commemorates the Exodus from Egypt and includes the reading of the Haggadah and the eating of symbolic foods, generally held on the first night of Passover by Reform Jews and Jews in Israel and on both the first and second nights by Orthodox and Conservative Jews outside of Israel.
(Judaism) a ceremonial meal with prescribed ritual reading of the Haggadah observed in Jewish homes on the first night or first two nights of Passover
noun 1. a prolonged discussion or session for discussion. 2. a sitting of a church assembly or other body. noun (in Scotland) 1. a sitting of an ecclesiastical assembly, court, etc 2. the list of persons present
noun 1. any rushlike or grasslike plant of the genus Carex, growing in wet places. Compare sedge family. 2. any plant of the sedge family. 3. siege (def 5). noun 1. any grasslike cyperaceous plant of the genus Carex, typically growing on wet ground and having rhizomes, triangular stems, and minute flowers in spikelets 2. […]
adjective 1. made of sedge. 2. abounding or bordered with sedge: sedged brooks.
noun 1. the plant family Cyperaceae, characterized by herbaceous plants, often found in wet areas, having solid stems, narrow, grasslike leaves with closed sheaths, spikes of very small flowers set in a scalelike bract, and a dry, flattened, convex fruit, and including the bulrush, chufa, cotton grass, papyrus, and umbrella plant.