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Interlinear Phonetic-Transliterated Passover Haggadah
by F. Ephraim Linker
"The more one relates the story of the Exodus, the more one is praiseworthy"
HPLS Interlinear
Phonetic-Transliterated Passover Haggadah
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Woodcut illustration from the HPLS Haggadah
The HPLS Transliterated Haggadah has been extensively edited for completeness and accuracy.
It is ideal for a communal Seder and makes a perfect gift.
It is 139 pages and measures 5 1/2 w x 8 1/2 H.
Example of the HPLS Interlinear Phonetic-Transliterated text
The Passover Story is in two-column format so that everyone  can understand what the Passover story is about. The rest of the Haggadah is in the full HPLS Interlinear Phonetic-Transliterated format.
Example of Flowing (English) Text
Table of Contents of the HPLS Passover Haggadah
Introduction & Note on the Transliterations ................................................
Pronunciation Guide ..................................................................................
How to Use the Transliterations .................................................................
The Search for Leaven -
Bedikat Chametz (B'deeKaht ChahMehtz)  .......
The Burning of Leaven -
Biur Chametz (BeeOhr ChahMehtz) ..................
Ceremony for preparing food for the Sabbath (
Eruv TahvSheeLeen) .......
Blessings for Lighting the Festival (and Sabbath) Candles .......................
The Seder Plate ........................................................................................
Steps of the Seder ....................................................................................
Step 1 - Make Kiddush (
KahDehsh) ..........................................................
Step 2 - Wash Hands (Without a Blessing) (
OhrChatz) .............................
Step 3 - Eat Vegetable Dipped in Salt Water -
Karpas (KahrPahs) ............
Step 4 - Divide Middle Matzah -
Yachatz (YahChahtz) ...............................
Step 5 - Tell Passover Story -
Mageed (MahGeed) ....................................
Dayenu (DahYehNoo) (Traditional Passover Song) ...................................
Rabbi Gamaliel (
GahmLeeEhl) ...................................................................
Step 6 - Wash Hands (With a Blessing) (
RohchTzah) ................................
Step 7- Make Blessing for Bread Over the Matzah (
MohTzee) ..................
Step 8 - Bless and Eat Matzah (
MahTzah) .................................................
Step 9 - Bless and Eat Bitter Herbs -
Mahror (MahRohr) ...........................
Step 10 - Eat Matzah-Maror Sandwich (
Korech) .........................................
Step 11 - Eat Festival Meal (
Shulhan Orech) .............................................
Step 12 - Eat Hidden
Afikoman - Tzafun (TzahFoon) ................................
Step 13 - Grace after Meals (
BahRehch) ...................................................
Step 14 - Psalms of Praise -
Hallel (HahLehl) ............................................
Step 15 - Acceptance of our Service by God -
Nirtzah (NeerTzah) .............
Concluding Hymns and Songs ...................................................................
OohV'chehn (For the first night) ................................................................
OohV'chehn (For the second night) ..........................................................
Ki Lo Na'eh (Kee Loh NahEh) ....................................................................
AhDeer Hoo ..............................................................................................
Counting of the
Omer (For the second night, if not yet counted) ...............
Echad Mi Yodea (EhChahd Mee YohDehAh) - Who Knows One ...............
Chad Gadya (Chahd GahdYah) - One Kid Goat .......................................
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Click here to read a rave review  of the Haggadah from the New Jersey Jewish News
Passover Seder Songs CD by Cantor Deborah Katchko-Gray provides the basic melodies for your Passover Seder.
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samples from Cantor Gray's CD
HPLS Judaica Artwork
from the HPLS Haggadah and the HPLS Bencher
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