- סִידּוּר, סִדּ׳I m. (סָרַר), corresp. to b. h. עֵרֶךְ, 1) arrangement, order. Gen. R. s. 32 סִידּוּרוֹ של עולם the natural order, v. סִילּוֹן II. Y.Meg.IV, 75a bot. שהיא סִדּוּרוֹ של יום (not סדורה) for this (the section of Amalek) is the order of the day.(In later Hebr. ס׳ = ס׳ תפלה, the order of prayers, Prayerbook. 2) piling up, putting in order, esp. on the altar, the golden table , opp. סילוק, removal. Yoma 24b ס׳ בזיכין the putting (on the show-bread) of the frankincense from the vessels; ס׳ איברים the offering of the sacrificial parts. Men.XI, 6 ס׳ קנים the arrangement of the tubes for the show-bread. Ib. 29a, a. e. סילוקו כסִידּוּרוֹ when it (the show-bread) was removed, it was as fresh as when it was put on; a. fr. 3) (that which is arranged before a person, offering, present. Lev. R. s. 9 טלו סִדּוּרוֹ take what he has brought as his tribute. 4) the daily ration.Pl. סִידּוּרִים. Ib. s. 5 ס׳ של דוב the portions (of honey) designated for the bear (in the vivarium). 5) (= עֵרֶךְ) determination of a mans obligation (to the sanctuary &c.) based upon his financial ability (v. סָרַר Pi. 2); exemption from seizure. B. Mets. 113b עיקר ס׳ בערכין כתיב the original exemption law is stated with reference to vows (Lev. 27:8). Y.Naz.II, 51d bot. סִידּוּרוֹ עליוכ׳ if one said (pointing to a person), ‘I vow his siddur (instead of ערכו), he must pay his value according to his age. 6) net in the flour mill. Tosef.Kel.B. Mets.II, 15 הס׳ והסדןוכ׳ the net and the block of the mill, if made of metal Sifra Metsorʿa, Zabim, Par. 1, ch. II, v. סָרוּד.
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