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n. Reading, especially Torah.
n. Rending a garment (ritual of mourning).
"Learning to read Hebrew is one of the most important skills your child will master. Experts agree that the mastery of kriyah while a child is young is key to his or her entire future growth as a Torah Jew." (source)
"[That minyan] might be perfect for you- it's trad egal, and they do a full kriyah."
"In addition to being a ritual process and an acknowledgment of extreme sorrow, keriah can also be very cathartic for mourners, allowing them to express anger and sadness in a visible and physical way." (source)
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קריאה 'reading', קריעה 'tearing, rending'
krieh, kriyah, k'riye, k'riyah, k'riya, keriyah, keriya, kria, kriya, krie, keriah, qeriah, q'ria, q'ri'a, q'ri'ah, qeria
The Jewish-English "keriah" corresponds to two unrelated Hebrew words; see Etymology.
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