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The Mourner’s Kaddish (transliterated with Ashkenazic pronunciation)

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Yisgadal v yiskadash sh’mei rabbaw (Cong. — Amein).

B’allmaw dee v’raw chir’usei v’ yamlich malchusei, b’chayeichon, uv’ yomeichon, uv’ chayei d’chol beis yisroel, ba‘agawlaw u’vizman kawriv, v’imru: Amein.
(Cong. — Amein. Y’hei sh’mei rabbaw m’vawrach I’allam u’l’allmei allmayaw.) Y’hei sh’mei rabbaw m’vawrach, l’allam u’l’allmei allmayaw.

Yis’ bawrach, v’yishtabach, v’yispaw ar, v’yisromam, v yis nasei, v’yis hadar, v’yis aleh, v’yis halawl sh’ mei d’kudshaw b’rich hu (cong. — b’rich hu).

L’aylaw min kol (From Rosh Hashanah to Yom Kippur substitute — L’aylaw ul’aylaw mikol ) bir’ chawsaw v’ shirawsaw, tush’b’chawsaw v nechemawsaw, da’ami’ rawn b’allmaw, v’imru: Amein (Cong. — Amein).

Y’hei shlawmaw rabbaw min sh’mayaw, v’chayim awleinu v’al kol yisroel, v’imru: Amein (Cong. — Amein).

Take three steps back, bow left and say, ‘Oseh. . .“; bow right and say, ‘hu ya’aseh. . .’; bow forward and say, ‘val ko! yisroel v‘imru: Amein .’

Oseh shawlom bim’ro’mawv, hu ya’aseh shawlom awleinu, v’al kol yisroel v’imru: Amein (Cong. — Amein).

Remain standing in place for a few moments, then take three steps forward.

Reproduced from Siddur Nechamas Yisrael — The Complete Service for the Period of Bereavement
© 2010, with permission from ArtScroll / Mesorah Publications Ltd.

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