Category:Kiddush

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English: Kiddush (Hebrew: קידוש‎), literally, "sanctification," is a blessing recited over wine or grape juice to sanctify the Shabbat and Jewish holidays.
Kiddush 
Blessing said by Jews at the beginning of Shabbat and holidays, or a snack or light meal served in the synagogue after Shabbat and holiday morning services.
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Kiddush (it); Kiddouch (fr); Kiduš (sr-el); kiduš (cs); Kidush (ca); Кидуш (sr); 키뒤시 (ko); קידוש (yi); Kiddush (da); Kiddusch (de); Kidush (pt); Kiddush (en-gb); Кидуш (sr-ec); 吉都什 (zh); Kidušas (lt); Kidush (es); キッドゥーシュ (ja); Кидуш (ru); Kidoesj (nl); Kiddush (sv); Kidusz (pl); Кідуш (uk); Kiddush (la); קידוש (he); Kiddush (ceb); Kiddusch (gsw); Kiddush (fi); Kiddush (en); Kiddush (en-ca); Кидуш (mk); Kidush (lad) La cérémonie de sanctification, et sa bénédiction, d’un jour saint (chabbat ou fête biblique). (fr); איזכור קדושת היום (שבת או חג) בטקס (ברכה) קצר. (he); דעם רעליגיעזען איינלייטונג פונעם שבת אדער יום טוב. (yi); Atatürk (de); Blessing said by Jews at the beginning of Shabbat and holidays, or a snack or light meal served in the synagogue after Shabbat and holiday morning services. (en-gb); Una beraha ke se dize enriva del vino en Shabat i hagim. (lad); Blessing said by Jews at the beginning of Shabbat and holidays, or a snack or light meal served in the synagogue after Shabbat and holiday morning services. (en-ca); židovský obřad (cs); Blessing said by Jews at the beginning of Shabbat and holidays, or a snack or light meal served in the synagogue after Shabbat and holiday morning services. (en) Qiddush (it); Kiddoush (fr); Kidush (ceb); Кіддуш (uk); Kiddoesj, Kiddoesh, Kiddush, Kiddesj (nl); Киддуш (ru); Kiddusch HaSchem, Qiddusch (de); Kiddush (pt); posvěcení, kidduš (cs); Qiddush (sv)

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