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Kiddush

Kiddush (kĭdˈəsh) [key] [Heb., = sanctification], Jewish ceremonial blessing indicating the beginning of the Sabbath or any other Hebrew festival. Kiddush is also said at mealtime and consists of a prayer of benediction over the occasion and the wine or bread.

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