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Siddur Ba-eir Hei-teiv --- The Transliterated Siddur

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KIDDUSH


Sit.  Hold the wine glass in your right hand.


V'sha-m'ru (Exodus 31:16-17):


[
Ba-ruch   a-tah   A-do-nai,
E-lo-hei-nu,   Me-lech   Ha-o-lam,
a-sher   ki-d'sha-nu   b'mits-vo-tav,
v'tsi-va-nu,
al   n'ti-lat   ya-da-yim.

Praised are You, HaShem,
Our God, King of the Universe,
who has hallowed us via His commandments,
and commanded us
concerning the elevation of hands.

]

Exodus (20:8-11):


[ Za-chor  et  yom  ha-Sha-bat  l'ka-d'sho.
Shei-shet  ya-mim  ta^a-vod,  v'a-si-ta  kawl   m'lach-te-cha.
V'yom  ha-sh'vi^i,  Sha-bat  La-do-nai  E-lo-he-cha,
lo  ta^a-seh  chawl  m'la-cha,
a-tah  u-vin-cha  u-vi-te-cha,
av-d'cha  va^a-ma-t'cha,  uv-hem-te-cha,
v'gei-r'cha  a-sher  bish-a-re-cha.
Ki  shei-shet  ya-mim,  a-sa  A-do-nai
et  ha-sha-ma-yim,  v'et  ha^a-rets,
et  ha-yam,  v'et  kawl  a-sher  bam
va-ya-nach  ba-yom  ha-sh'vi^i.
]

( Some have the custom to add a drop of water to the wine at this point. )

Al  kein  bei-rach  A-do-nai  et  yom  ha-Sha-bat  va-y'ka-d'shei-hu.

Ba-ruch  a-tah,  A-do-nai,
E-lo-hei-nu  me-lech  ha-o-lam,
bo-rei  p'ri  ha-ga-fen.

( A-mein. )




Drink the wine.



HANDWASHING and MOTZI


After ritual handwashing, dry your hands and recite:

Ba-ruch   a-tah   A-do-nai,
E-lo-hei-nu,   Me-lech   Ha-o-lam,
ha-mo-tsi  le-chem  min  ha-a-rets.
Praised are You, HaShem,
Our God, King of the Universe,
who brings forth bread from the earth.


Without interruption, proceed to uncover the challah, make a symbolic small cut in one, lift the loaves, and recite:

Ba-ruch   a-tah   A-do-nai,
E-lo-hei-nu,   Me-lech   Ha-o-lam,
ha-mo-tsi  le-chem  min  ha-a-rets.
Praised are You, HaShem,
Our God, King of the Universe,
who brings forth bread from the earth.

Eat a piece of the cut loaf, dipped in salt. Now the meal begins.

Traditionally, zemirot (Sabbath Table Songs) are sung during the meal. Some of the most popular for Friday night include: Mah Yedidut. Tzur Mishelo is usually sung last, just before the Grace After Meals.




Last Updated on Friday, 04 December 2009 03:32
 

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