keitzad merakdim, keitsad m'rakdim, keytsad merakdin
- dancing before the groom and bride at a wedding, more often called 'wedding shtick'
- "The keitzid m'rakdim at Eitan and Reyzl's wedding went on forever, but it was hilarious!"
Languages of Origin
Textual Hebrew, Aramaic
from Aramaic/Hebrew כיצד מרקדין לפני הכלה keytsad merakdin lifne hakala 'in what manner does one dance before the bride?' (Babylonian Talmud, Ketubot 16b, 31)
Who Uses This
Orthodox: Jews who identify as Orthodox and observe halacha (Jewish law)
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