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Seder (Hebrew: סדר; plural: סדרים sedarim) is a Hebrew word meaning "order" or "sequence" and may mean:
- Pesach Seder, a ritualized dinner observed during Passover
- Tu Bi Sh'vat Seder, a seder for this minor Jewish holiday, modeled on the Pesach Seder
- A portion of a biblical book in the masoretic text of the Tanakh; this quantitative division is related to the triennial cycle for reading the Torah
- A colloquial term for the weekly Torah portion in the annual cycle of reading the Torah (in this context often pronounced sidra)
- An order of prayers that constitutes a liturgy
- Seder hishtalshelus, a concept in kabbalah about the nature of God
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