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Hashkafa - "Zissen" Pesach
Submitted by Susan Glodstein  Answered by Rabbi Tzvi Frank
Question: What does the word Zissen translate to? I know we always say have a zissen Pesach, but I don't know what it means.
Answer:

Hi Susan!

Zissen translates simply into "sweet"

Have a sweet Peasach!

posted:2008-04-15 10:48:05


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