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 (mäKH′zôr′, -zər, mäKH-zôr′)
Variant of mahzor.


(maxˈzɔr; English mɑːkˈzɔː) or


n, pl -zorim (-zɔˈriːm; English -zəˈriːm)
(Other Non-Christian Religious Writings) a Jewish prayer book containing prescribed holiday rituals
[literally: cycle]
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They also attend the prayer service where machzor -  their prayer book for festivals - is used to read specific prayers.
It's enough for a man such as myself to pray that which is written in the machzor.
He has written some 20 books, the most recent being Genesis in Poetry, as well as The Siddur in Poetry and The Machzor in Poetry, both published in 2012 (see www.
Kavanat Ha'Lev, the Israeli Reform Machzor (1991), prints next to the liturgical hymn "Avinu Malkenu" ("Our Father, Our King") another poem, "Sh'khina Mekor Khayeinu" ("Shekhinah, Source of Our Lives"), in which God is invoked in a feminine voice, and a third piyut that is gender neutral.
The Machzor, (10) the prayer book used on the High Holy days, especially on Yom Kippur--the Day of Atonement--uses as a thrice-repeated mantra a truncated carefully edited version of an awesome text.
Maissner, arranged by Howard Gamble (Toronto: Holy Blossom Temple, 1976), Machzor for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, ed.
The first printed Hagaddah was produced in Italy in the year 1485 and is called Machzor Soncino.
The Passover Haggadah was considerably shorter then, there were fewer festival Piyutim (liturgical poems) in the Machzor, and the Selichot services and Kinot for Tisha B'Av were not yet formulated as we know them.
But there are also plenty of prayers associated with Rosh Hashanah, all contained in a prayer book for the high holidays 6 also including Yom Kippur 6 called the Machzor.
Scherman, The Complete Artscroll Machzor for Rosh Ha-Shanah (Brooklyn: Mesorah Publications, 1985), pp.
The Yom Kippur Children's Machzor (Gefen, 2006) includes photographs of clay sculptures "that reflect passages from the prayer" made on the occasion of her bat mitzvah by a 14-year-old Israeli girl.