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Which word means "sanctification" in Hebrew: Kiddush or Haggadah?




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Answer: kiddush

The word Kiddush - which denotes a blessing over wine which is recited on Shabbat and on Jewish holidays - means "sanctification" in Hebrew.

The word Haggadah means 'telling' in Hebrew. It denotes a book that guides, for example, the Passover Haggadah guides Jews through the Seder service.


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