Greeting Jewish Family and Friends on Passover

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Passover is a widely celebrated Jewish holiday. It is a holy day commemorating the story of Exodus in which ancient Jews were freed from Egypt. A seder is a part of the celebration. The Passover Seder is when the family gathers together and enjoy a festive meal. It is also a great time to catch up and greet friends and relatives. Here are some ways to greet Jewish friends during Passover.

  • Greet everyone a “Happy Pesach.” Pesach means Passover when translated to Hebrew.
  • You can simply greet people a plain and simple “Happy Passover.”
  • You can also greet your Jewish friends a “Gut Yontiff,” which literally means good holiday. This can also be used to greet for any other holiday.
  • Most importantly, always consider the sincerity of your greetings. You can greet your friends in any way you want and add a pinch of sincerity to it.

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Posted by Haydee on Tuesday, June 15th, 2010. Filed under Jewish How To. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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