kiddish


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kiddish

(ˈkɪdɪʃ)
adj
childish; like or typical of a child
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They are the illustrated Hasidic Lurianic prayer book; the Kiddish cup of the Maggid Dov Ber of Miedzyrzecz; the Ruzhin Passover Seder plate; the Lelov Sabbath lamp the Hasidic </Atara/< (prayer shawl ornament); </lyulke/> (long-stemmed pipes) and snuffboxes; </shmire/> (protective talismans); and the chair of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav.
Also it is quite kiddish to read this comment pointing out that "NDA did not win even 50 per cent of votes".
Graphics weren't as good, gameplay felt kiddish at times and the smaller screen was used as an excuse for half-baked graphics.
the brucha a little less, we discovered on the kiddish cup,
The Dash collection echoes this trend, with colorful frames that are youthful and trendy, but not overtly kiddish.
You must go to shul every Friday night after I light the Shabbis candles, and you must come home and sit at the table and make kiddish over the kosher sweet red wine that you hate and think is low-class ghetto poison and sing the z'meeris after the chicken that my father sang and then recite the bentshn after the prunes comput and the Gelusil tablet.
Kiddish Yiddish: Jewish Traditions & Culture in Rhyme is an educational children's book that uses brief, catchy rhymes to teach young readers the pronunciations and meanings of certain Yiddish and Hebrew words.
Most of the time he's a type of big simple, kiddish, good-hearted, laughing, over-grown boy, ready to do anything for you, and for each other, very vain of his good looks, their healthy, out-of-doors life gives them a clean, strong look, very vain of his skill, riding, bucking, roping, and they are some artists, believe me, in that line.
In the manner of the Kiddish ha-Shem or Sanctification of God's Name, they decide to sacrifice all who do not possess the strength to fight.