siddur

noun
sid·​dur | \ˈsi-dər, -ˌdu̇r\
plural siddurim\sə-​ˈdu̇r-​əm \

Definition of siddur 

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

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Each of the 91 graduates was presented with a diploma and a siddur from the staff and members of the executive board of Katz Yeshiva High School. Marvin Glassman, Jewish Journal, "Katz Yeshiva graduates its largest senior class," 14 June 2018

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First Known Use of siddur

circa 1864, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for siddur

Late Hebrew siddūr, literally, order, arrangement

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