סדר

HebrewEdit

EtymologyEdit

From the root ס־ד־ר (s-d-r).

NounEdit

סֵדֶר (séderm (plural indefinite form סְדָרִים, singular construct form סֵדֶר־, plural construct form סִדְרֵי־)

  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.
  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'ál construction)

  1. (rare) To order, to organize.

VerbEdit

סדר

  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.
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