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What event's name means "order" in Hebrew?

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Answer: Seder

The word Seder means "order" - i.e. organization - in Hebrew. The Seder is a series of actions performed during Passover. For example, during the Passover Seder, Jewish people recite blessings, tell the Exodus story, eat, and sing songs - all in a particular order. By doing this, they fulfull the commandment to retell the Exodus story (Exod. 13:8).

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