Siddur Ba-eir Hei-teiv --- The Transliterated Siddur

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The Musaf Silent Amidah Print E-mail
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Stand. Take three symbolic steps backward, then three forward. Remain standing.
The text is recited quietly, so that it is inaudible to others.


A-do-nai  s'fa-tai  tif-tach,  u-fi  ya-gid  t'hi-la-te-cha.


Bend knees on "ba-ruch", bow on "a-tah", straighten at "A-do-nai".

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
E-lo-hei-nu,  Vei-lo-hei   a-vo-tei-nu,
E-lo-hei  Av-ra-ham,  E-lo-hei  Yitz-chak,  Vei-lo-hei   Ya-a-kov,
Ha-eil  Ha-Ga-dol  Ha-Gi-bor  v'Ha-No-rah  Eil  Eil-yon,
go-meil  cha-sa-dim  to-vim
v'ko-nei  ha-kol
v'zo-cheir  chas-dei  a-vot
u'mei-vi  go-eil  liv-nei  v'nei-hem
l'ma-an  sh'mo  b'a-ha-vah,
Me-lech  o-zeir  u'mo-shi-a  u-ma-gein

Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, insert:

Zawch-rei-nu  l'chai-yim,  me-lech  cha-feits  ba-chai-yim,
v'chawt-vei-nu  b'sei-fer  ha-chai-yim,  l'ma-an-cha  E-lo-him  chai-yim.

Bend knees on "ba-ruch", bow on "a-tah", straighten at "A-do-nai".

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
ma-gein  Av-ra-ham.


A-tah  gi-bur  l'o-lam,  A-do-nai   m'chai-yei  mei-tim  a-ta  rav  l'ho-shi-a,

Between Sukkot and Pesach add:   ma-shiv   ha-ru-ach  u-mo-rid  ha-ga-shem

[ At other times, Nusach Sfard congregations say:   mo-rid  ha-tal  ]

m'chal-keil  cha-yim  b'che-sed
m'cha-yei  mei-tim  b'ra-cha-mim  ra-bim
so-meich  no-f'lim  v'ro-fei  cho-lim
u-ma-tir  a-su-rim
um-ka-yeim  e-mu-na-to  li-shei-nei  a-far
mi  cha-mo-cha  ba-al  g'vu-rot
u-mi  do-me  lach
me-lech  mei-mit  u-m'chai-ye  u-matz-mi-ach  y'shu-a,

Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, insert:

Mi cha-mo-cha,  Av  Ha-Ra-cha-man,   zo-cheir  y'tsu-rav  l'chai-yim  b'ra-cha-mim.

v'ne-e-man  a-tah  l'ha-cha-yot  mei-tim

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
m'cha-yei  ha-mei-tim.


A-tah  ka-dosh,
v'shim-cha  ka-dosh,
u-k'do-shim  b'chawl-yom  y'ha-l'lu-cha  se-lah.

[ Ki  Eil  me-lech  ga-dol  v'ka-dosh  a-tah. ]

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
ha-Eil *  ha-Ka-dosh.

[  *  Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, replace "ha-Eil" with "ha-Me-lech".   ]


[ Sefardic text in square brackets ]

Ti-kan-ta  Sha-bat  ra-tsi-ta  kawr-b'no-te-ha,
Tsi-vi-ta  pei-ru-she-ha  im  si-du-rei  n'sa-che-ha,
M'a-n'ge-ha  l'o-lam  ka-vod  yin-cha-lu,
to-a-me-ha  cha-yim  za-chu,
V'gam  ha-o-ha-vim  d'va-re-ha,  g'du-la  ba-cha-ru.

Az  mi-si-nai,  nits-ta-vu-u   (  a-le-ha  ),
[  tsi-vu-i  pa-a-le-ha   ka-ra-u-i,   ]
va-t'sa-vei-nu,  A-do-nai  E-lo-hei-nu,  l'hak-riv   ba,
kawr-ban  mu-saf  sha-bat,  ka-ra-u-i.
Y'hi  ra-tson  mi-l'fa-ne-cha,  A-do-nai  E-lo-hei-nu   vei-lo-hei  a-vo-tei-nu,
She-ta-a-lei-nu  v'sim-cha,  l'ar-tsei-nu  v'ti-ta-ei-nu   bi-g'vu-lei-nu,
V'sham  na-a-seh  l'fa-ne-cha
et  kawr-b'not  cho-vo-tei-nu,
T'mi-dim  k'sid-ram,  u-mu-sa-fim  k'hi-l'cha-tam,
V'et  mu-saf  yom  ha-sha-bat  ha-zeh,
na-a-seh,  v'nak-riv  l'fa-ne-cha,
b'a-ha-va,  k'mits-vat  r'tso-ne-cha,
k'mo  she-ka-tav-ta  a-lei-nu  b'to-ra-te-cha
Al  y'dei  Mo-she,  av-de-cha,  mi-pi  ch'vo-de-cha,
Uv-yom  ha-sha-bat,  sh'nei  ch'va-sim  b'nei  sha-na   t'mi-mim,
U-sh'nei  es-ro-nim  so-let,  min-cha,  b'lu-la  va-she-men,  v'nis-ko.
O-lat  sha-bat  b'sha-ba-to;  Al  o-lat  ha-ta-mid,  v'nis-ka.


Yis-m'chu  v'mal-chu-t'cha  sho-m'rei  sha-bat  v'ko-r'ei  o-neg,
am  m'ka-d'shei  sh'vi-i,
ku-lam  yis-b'u  v'yit-a-n'gu  mi-tu-ve-cha,
u-va-sh'vi-i  ra-tsi-ta  bo  v'ki-dash-to,
chem-dat  ya-mim  o-to  ka-ra-ta,  zei-cher   l'ma-a-sei  v'rei-shit.

R'tsei Vim'nuchateinu:

E-lo-hei-nu vei-lo-hei a-vo-tei-nu,
[ na ] vim-nu-cha-tei-nu.
Ka-d'shei-nu b'mitz-vo-te-cha,
v'tein chel-kei-nu b'to-ra-te-cha.
Sa-b'ei-nu mi-tu-ve-cha,
< v'sa-m'chei-nu | v'sa-mach naf-shei-nu > bi-shu-a-te-cha,
v'ta-heir li-bei-nu
l'awv-d'cha be-e-met.
V'han-chi-lei-nu, A-do-nai E-lo-hei-nu,
b'a-ha-va uv'ra-tson
Sha-bat kawd-she-cha,
v'ya-nu-chu vo
[ kol ] Yis-ra-eil
m'ka-d'shei sh'me-cha.

Ba-ruch a-tah A-do-nai,
m'ka-deish ha-Sha-bat.


R'tsei,  A-do-nai  E-lo-hei-nu,
b'a-m'cha  Yis-ra-eil
  <   u-vit-fi-la-tam.   |   v'li-t'fi-la-tam sh'ei.   >
V'ha-sheiv  et-ha-a-vo-dah  lid-vir  bei-te-cha.
V'i-shei  Yis-ra-eil  ut'fi-la-tam
  [ m'hei-rah ]  b'a-ha-va  t'ka-beil  b'ra-tson.
U-t'hi  l'ra-tson  ta-mid  a-vo-dat  Yis-ra-eil  a-me-cha.

A paragraph is inserted here on Rosh Chodesh and the intermediate days of Festivals.

V'te-che-ze-na  ei-nei-nu   b'shu-v'cha,  l'Tsi-on  b'ra-cha-mim.

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
ha-ma-cha-zir  sh'chi-na-to  l'Tsi-on.


Bow at "Mo-dim". Arise at "A-do-nai".

Mo-dim  a-nach-nu  lach  sha-a-ta  hu
A-do-nai  E-lo-hei-nu  vei-lo-hei  a-vo-tei-nu  l'olam  va-ed.
Tsur  cha-yei-nu  ma-gein  yish-ei-nu  a-tah   hu  l'dor  va-dor.
No-deh  l'cha  un'sa-peir  t'hi-la-te-cha
al  cha-yei-nu  ha-m'su-rim  b'ya-de-cha
v'al  nish-mo-tei-nu  ha-p'ku-dot  lach
v'al  ni-se-cha  she-b'chawl-yom  i-ma-nu
v'al  nif-l'o-te-cha  v'to-vo-te-cha,  she-b'chawl-eit,
e-rev  va-vo-ker  v'tsaw-ha-ra-yim.

Ha-tov  ki  lo  cha-lu   ra-cha-me-cha  v'ha-m'ra-cheim
ki  lo  ta-mu  cha-sa-de-cha
  [ ki ]   mei-o-lam  ki-vi-nu  lach.

[ An extra paragraph is inserted here on Chanukah and on Purim. ]

V'al ku-lam,  yit-ba-rach  v'yit-ro-mam  shim-cha
Mal-kei-nu,  ta-mid  l'o-lam  va-ed.

Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, insert:

Uch-tov  l'chai-yim  to-vim  kawl  b'nei  v'ri-te-cha.

V'chol  ha-cha-yim  yo-du-cha  se-la
vi-ha-l'lu  et-shim-cha  be-e-met,
  [ l'o-lam   ki  tov, ]
ha-eil  y'shu-a-tei-nu  v'ez-ra-tei-nu  se-la. [ ha-Eil  ha-tov. ]

Bend knees on "ba-ruch", bow on "a-tah".

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
ha-tov  shim-cha
ul'cha  na-e  l'ho-dot.


Sim  sha-lom  to-va  uv-ra-cha,
[ cha-yim, ]  chein  va-che-sed  v'ra-cha-mim,
a-lei-nu  v'al  kawl  Yis-ra-eil  a-me-cha.
Ba-r'chei-nu  a-vi-nu,  ku-la-nu  k'e-chad,   b'or  pa-ne-cha.
ki  v'or  pa-ne-cha  na-ta-ta  la-nu,   A-do-nai  E-lo-hei-nu,
To-rat  cha-yim  v'a-ha-vat  che-sed,
uts-da-ka  uv-ra-cha  v'ra-cha-mim,  v'cha-yim  v'sha-lom.
  [ yi-h'yeh ]   b'ei-ne-cha   [ l'va-r'chei-nu u- l'va-reich   et  a-m'cha  Yis-ra-eil
b'chawl  eit  uv-chawl  sha-ah  bish-lo-me-cha
[ b'rov  oz  v'sha-lom ].

Between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, insert:

B'sei-fer  chai-yim  b'ra-cha   v'sha-lom,  u-far-na-sah  to-vah,
ug-zei-rot  to-vot,  y'shu-ot  v'ne-cha-mot,  n'za-cheir   v'ni-ka-teiv  l'fa-ne-cha,
a-nach-nu  v'chawl  a-m'cha  beit  Yis-ra-eil,   l'chai-yim  to-vim  ul-sha-lom.

Ba-ruch  a-tah  A-do-nai,
ha-m'va-reich  et  a-mo  Yis-ra-eil

ELOHAI N'TSOR (Meditation after the Amidah)

[OK to Sit, if finished before the Reader's Repetition begins. Rise again for the Repetition.]

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