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- (Judaism) a longstanding religious custom or tradition that is not required by Jewish law
- My family's minhag is to sit while saying kiddush.
- The Persian Jews have a Passover minhag to beat each other with vegetables when singing Dayenu.
- 1996, Macy Nulman, The Encyclopedia of Jewish Prayer, page 300:
- In the Polish rite the refrain only is said, while the Western German and Minhag of Posen recite the entire poem.