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What does "mi yodeya" mean?


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related meta.judaism.stackexchange.com/q/1106/759 – Double AA Jan 17 '13 at 10:25

"Mi yodeya" or מי יודע in Hebrew means "who knows," where "mi" means "who" and "yodeya" is the masculine singular participle for the verb "know." This phrase is featured in the popular Passover song "Echad Mi Yodeya" and on the Q&A site for Jewish life and learning Mi Yodeya.


It means who knows!


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