nounpl. Se′ders or Se·dar′im
[alsos-]Judaism the feast commemorating the Exodus of the Jews from Egypt, observed in the home by the reading of the Haggada on the eve of the first day of Passover (and, by Orthodox Jews outside Israel, on the eve of the second day as well)
Origin of SederClassical Hebrew (language) seder, literally , order, arrangement from root sdr, to arrange, order
nounpl. Se·ders, or Se·dar·im Judaism
A ritual feast commemorating the exodus of the Jews from Egypt, held on the first night or first two nights of Passover.
Origin of SederHebrew sēder order, arrangement, Seder sdr
(plural seders or sidarim or siddarim)
From Hebrew ×¡×“×¨ (seder, “order").