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Questions about the various prayer books used by Jews, and the prayers contained therein.

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There are numerous siddurim out there (e.g. "Siddur Ezor Eliyahu") which follow the minhagim and nusach of the Gra as laid out in his hagaos, but the Gra himself never compiled a siddur.
answered Mar 25 by ezra
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The nusach used by Jews of Sephardic extraction (meaning either Jews who live in Spain and Portugal, or are descended from those who were expelled from those places in 1492) is called "Nusach Sepharad …
answered Aug 13 '18 by ezra
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I have always heard that these blotches make it to where one cannot see the "stains" that are left on the sides of pages from the oil on one's fingers.
answered Feb 28 '18 by ezra
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Note: This answer is from the OP. Thanks to DanF, who pointed out that I should look on the website Beurei Hatefila for an answer, and to "go to that site when [I] have a tefilla-orientated question. …
answered Feb 12 '18 by ezra
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You mentioned that you prayed from an Orthodox Portuguese siddur. I am not an expert in the customs of Portugal, but I'm going to assume your siddur was in some form of Nusach Sepharad. (And possibly …
answered Nov 24 '17 by ezra
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Nusach Ashkenaz renders (even in Eretz Yisrael) 'נקדש את שמך וכו and Nusach Edot HaMizrach and Sefard render 'נקדישך ונעריצך וכו I believe the latter is based on the Arizal and kabbalah, b …
answered Oct 20 '17 by ezra
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From here: Ha'Gaon R. S.Z. Auerbach said that the Aruch ha'Shulchan's opinion was not accepted. He and ha'Gaon R. N. M. Karelitz, Shlita hold that a Sidur has Kedushah like Nevi'im or Kesuvim. Ha' …
answered Sep 18 '17 by ezra
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You can purchase and download a PDF version of Siddur Mesorath Moshe here for $1.99.
answered Jul 31 '17 by ezra
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I am currently working on a transliterated Chabad siddur. So far I have the Morning Blessings up until the Akedah. You can see my progress here. The transliteration is in Sefardi / Modern Israeli Heb …
answered Jul 10 '17 by ezra
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The Satmar Rebbe, R' Yoel Teitelbaum himself, would only daven from the Berditchever Siddur, Siddur Tefillah Yesharah v'Keter Nehora. [Source]
answered Mar 22 '17 by ezra
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Nusach Sefard is the name for the many versions of the Hasidic siddur, so yes, these siddurim are Hasidic in nature. However, they do not fit into a particular Hasidic sect as a whole, although I am s …
answered Feb 7 '17 by ezra
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Contacted Chut Shel Chessed Yeshiva and they said the most commonly used siddur they use is Siddur Tefillas Kol Peh. You can buy one here: http://www.greenfieldjudaica.com/siddur-tefillas-kol-peh-hard …
answered Nov 3 '16 by ezra