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Borrowed from Hebrew סדר(seder, order).

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seder (plural seders or sidarim or siddarim)

  1. (Judaism) The ceremonial meal held on the first night or two nights of Passover.
    • 2010, Christopher Hitchens, Hitch-22, Atlantic 2011, p. 332:
      On the same day, the State of Israel celebrated its first Passover seder and the United Nations, still meeting in those days at Flushing Meadow in Queens, voted to consider the Jewish state's application for membership.
  2. (Judaism) One of the 54 parts into which the Torah is divided.

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Borrowed from Hebrew סֵדֶר‎.

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seder m (plural seders or sedariem)

  1. (Judaism) seder (Passover meal)
    Synonyms: pesachmaal, sedermaal, seider
  2. (Judaism) seder (portion of the Torah or Mishnah)

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seder

  1. to sit

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seder

  1. Alternative form of cedre

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From Ancient Greek κέδρος (kédros), via Latin cedrus.

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seder m (definite singular sederen, indefinite plural sedere or sedre or sedrer, definite plural sederne or sedrene)

  1. a cedar (tree of genus Cedrus)

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From Ancient Greek κέδρος (kédros), via Latin cedrus.

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seder m (definite singular sederen, indefinite plural sedrar, definite plural sedrane)

  1. a cedar (tree of genus Cedrus)

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séder (plural sederá)

  1. tree

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seder

  1. indefinite plural of sed

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