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Kol Ni•dre

Pronunciation: ( Seph. Heb.kôl nē-drā'; Ashk. Heb.kōl' nid'ru, -rā), [key] Judaism.
a liturgical prayer for recitation at the beginning of the service on the eve of Yom Kippur asking that all unfulfilled vows to God be nullified and all transgressions forgiven.

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