סדר

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HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

Root
ס־ד־ר

From the root ס־ד־ר ‎(s-d-r).

NounEdit

סֵדֶר ‎(séderm ‎(plural indefinite סְדָרִים, singular construct סֵדֶר־, plural construct סִדְרֵי־) [pattern: קֵטֶל]

  1. Order, the state of being well-arranged, in the sense of putting things in order.
  2. An order: an arrangement or sequence.
  3. A seder (Passover meal)
  4. An order: any of the six major divisions of the Mishnah.
  5. (סֵדֶר־, séder-) Singular construct form of סֵדֶר‎.

Derived termsEdit

VerbEdit

סָדַר ‎(sadár) ‎(pa'al construction)

  1. (rare) To order, to organize.

VerbEdit

סדר ‎(transliteration needed)

  1. (סִדֵּר, sidér) Defective spelling of סידר.
  2. (סַדֵּר, sadér) Bare infinitive (infinitive construct or gerund) of סידר \ סִדֵּר ‎(sidér).
  3. (סַדֵּר, sadér) Masculine singular imperative of סידר \ סִדֵּר ‎(sidér).
  4. (סֻדַּר, sudár) Defective spelling of סודר.

YiddishEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Hebrew סֵדֶר.

NounEdit

סדר ‎(seyderm, plural סדרים ‎(sedorem)

  1. order, sequence
  2. seder (Passover meal)
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