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We have a famous song called Echad Mi Yodeya and a famous prayer "Hashem Echad".

From here we have a Hekesh of Hashem to Mi Yodeya.

What do we learn from this Hekesh?


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  • Forget about famous prayer, what about the answer to Echad Mi Yodeya? "Echad Elokeinu Shebashamayim Uva'aretz." – Scimonster Feb 20 '15 at 8:50
  • that is Elokeinu, the other is Hashem.. Different aspects of the name – CashCow Feb 20 '15 at 8:56
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You only quoted part of the prayer. The entire relevant part is:

ה׳ אחד ושמו אחד לשם ולתפארת ולתהלה

Hashem is one and there's one schmo, for reputation, badges, and glory.

The connection to Mi Yodeya should now be clear.

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