seder


se·der

noun, often capitalized \ˈsā-dər\

: a Jewish religious service and dinner that is held on the first or first and second evenings of the Passover

plural seders also se·da·rim \sə-ˈdär-əm, ˌse-dä-ˈrēm\

Full Definition of SEDER

:  a Jewish home or community service including a ceremonial dinner held on the first or first and second evenings of the Passover in commemoration of the exodus from Egypt

Origin of SEDER

Hebrew sēdher order
First Known Use: 1865

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