Chad Gadya - other languages

Judeo-Greek

Excerpts from a Passover seder from Ioannina, Greece, performed by Anna Rafael in 1970. 22:50–25:07: חד גדיא Ένα κατσίκι [ˈena kaˈt͡siki], in Hebrew and Judeo-Greek.

Jewish English

Chad Gadya in English sung by Cantor Ken Richmond and Rabbi Shira Shazeer

00:00 / 02:59

Judeo-Berber

The Open Siddur Project includes the text and translation of Chad Gadya into Judeo-Berber. Below is the final verse in Hebrew script, transliteration, and English translation.

Then the blessed Holy One came and slaughtered the Angel of Death who slaughtered the shoḥet who slaughtered the ox that drank the water that put out the fire that burned the stick that bit the dog that bit the cat that ate the goat that my father bought for two zuzim, for two zuzim.

Yuškad ṛǝḅḅi inɣa lmut tǝnɣa lḥǝzzan iɣǝrs wăɣwi iswa aman sǝxsit laʕfit tǝẓdǝr tquṛăidit tut taidit tǝbbi tabusi tǝssa ikru, isɣayt ḅḅă ssin iqaridǝn, yan ikru yan ikru.

יוּשכַּד רְ֯בִּי יִנגַא לְמוּת תְנגַא לחְזַּן יִגְרס וָגוִי יִשׂוַא אַמַן סְּכֿסִין לַעְפִית תְז֯דְר תַקוּרָ֯אית תוּת תַאיִדִית תְבִּי תַבוּסִי תְשַּא יִכְּרוּ יִסְגַית בָּא שִּׂין יִקַרִידְן, יַאן יִכְּרוּ יַאן יִכְּרוּ׃

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