Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun Plural of seder.

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Examples

  • Sedarim finish the first half with hard boiled eggs in salt water.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • Shas (the word is a Hebrew contraction of Shisha Sedarim, the "Six Orders" of the Mishna — the written collection of the oral law that forms the basis of the Talmud) illustrates that what Western experts call corruption is sometimes just an alternative power network that emerges when the official bureaucracy is unyielding or too infirm to help the downtrodden.

    Israel Now

  • Shas (the word is a Hebrew contraction of Shisha Sedarim, the "Six Orders" of the Mishna — the written collection of the oral law that forms the basis of the Talmud) illustrates that what Western experts call corruption is sometimes just an alternative power network that emerges when the official bureaucracy is unyielding or too infirm to help the downtrodden.

    Israel Now

  • The only parts preserved are the commentaries on the first four Sedarim (with the exception of several chapters and the treatises Eduyyoth and Aboth) and on the three first divisions of the treatise Nidda in the sixth Seder.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • As regards the subject matter the Mishna is divided into six institutes or Sedarim; for this reason Jew are accustomed to call the

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 14: Simony-Tournon

  • The Mishnah is divided into six parts, or Orders (_Sedarim_); each Order into Tractates (_Massechtoth_); each Tractate into Chapters (_Perakim_); each Chapter into Paragraphs (each called a _Mishnah_).

    Chapters on Jewish Literature

  • The MSS. of the Pentateuch form a single roll or volume, and are divided not into books but into the larger and smaller sections called Parshiyoth and Sedarim.

    Smith's Bible Dictionary

  • The selections which we print in this volume are from the Mishna, and form part of the Sedarim, or orders; in them are given minute directions as to the ceremonial practice of the Jewish religion.

    Hebrew Literature

  • My childhood Sedarim involved a slight disconnect.

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