Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of afikomen.

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Examples

  • If this practice existed in the time of Christ, it is not improbable that it was from this portion, called afikoman, that the Eucharist was instituted.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 11: New Mexico-Philip

  • The afikoman, which is hidden away for the "dessert" after the meal, is another device used to encourage children's participation.

    Articles

  • The afikoman, which is hidden away for the "dessert" after the meal, is another device used to encourage children's participation.

    Articles

  • The afikoman, which is hidden away for the "dessert" after the meal, is another device used to encourage children's participation.

    Articles

  • Or, if you’re Jewish, go look for the afikoman, which is probably still under the “Next Year in Jerusalem” candy dish.

    Regretsy – Nice Basket

  • It was crawling under the table and stealing the afikoman, a half piece of matzoh without which the service couldn't conclude.

    Passover Challenged

  • The nightmare scenario is that the afikoman is never found and you're stuck in the same family event for all enternity.

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  • The nightmare scenario is that the afikoman is never found and you're stuck in the same family event for all enternity.

    Even in a little thing

  • I was the child at tonight's seder and I read the four questions**** all sing after me Ma nishtanah.. and I hunted the afikoman*****.

    Even in a little thing

  • I was the child at tonight's seder and I read the four questions**** all sing after me Ma nishtanah.. and I hunted the afikoman*****.

    gillpolack: This is an informative post.I need to te

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