noun kid·dush \ˈki-dəsh, -dish; ki-ˈdüsh\

Definition of KIDDUSH

:  a ceremonial blessing pronounced over wine or bread in a Jewish home or synagogue on a holy day (as the Sabbath)

Origin of KIDDUSH

Late Hebrew qiddūsh sanctification
First Known Use: 1753


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