Haggadah

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Etymology[edit]

From Hebrew הַגָּדָה(hagadá).

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Haggadah

  1. (Judaism) The text which is recited at Seder during the first and second nights of Passover, focused on the freeing of Israel from Egyptian bondage as described in the Book of Exodus.
  2. Alternative form of Aggadah; Talmudic parable

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