noun sid·dur \ˈsi-dər, -ˌdr\
plural sid·du·rim \sə-ˈdr-əm\

Definition of SIDDUR

:  a Jewish prayer book containing liturgies for daily, Sabbath, and holiday observances

Origin of SIDDUR

Late Hebrew siddūr, literally, order, arrangement
First Known Use: circa 1864

Rhymes with SIDDUR


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