Hallel

Hallel (הלל, `Praise`) is a Jewish prayer—a verbatim recitation from {bibleverse|Psalms||113-118|HE}, which is used for praise and thanksgiving that is recited by observant Jews on Jewish holidays. ==Holy days== Hallel consists of six Psalms (113–118), which are recited as a unit, on joyous occasions. These occasions include the following.....
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Hallel

(Hebrew, 'celebrate,' possibly adopted as a loanword from Eblaite) A hymn of praise, specifically in
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Hallel

(Hebrew: `Praise`), Jewish liturgical designation for Psalms 113–118 (`Egyptian Hallel`) as read in synagogues on festive occasions. In ancient ...
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Hallel

(lit., "praise"): a portion of Psalms (113-118) recited in the prayer service on the festivals
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Hallel

[n] - (Judaism) a chant of praise (Psalms 113 through 118) used at Passover and Shabuoth and Sukkoth and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
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Hallel

noun (Judaism) a chant of praise (Psalms 113 through 118) used at Passover and Shabuoth and Sukkoth and Hanukkah and Rosh Hodesh
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Hallel

[pesukei dezimra] Hallel of pesukei dezimra a selection of six psalms recited as part of pesukei dezimra (Hymnal Verses) — the introduction the daily morning service. This `Hallel` is specifically Ashrei (most of which is Psalm 145) followed by Psalms 146-150. The term Hallel without a qualifier general refers to Psalms 113-118 which are ...
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Hallel

[Pesukei Dezimra] This category contains articles on people from the Ramgarhia, an ethnic group who live mainly in India, and migrated to other parts of the world. ...
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Hallel

A series of Halleluyah Psalms (113-118) of praise to God, recited on certain festive days in the Jewish calendar.
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hallel

hallel (hulāl', hăl'el) [Heb.,=praise], in Judaism, Psalms 113 to 118, sung every morning of Hanukkah, at the Passover service, and at the morning service of most major Jewish holidays as an expression of joy and thanksgiving.
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