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Pesukim are verses in the Tanach, the set of Torah, the prophets, and the holy writings. The breakup of the pesukim are generally understood to be a tradition back to Sinai.<ref>Gemara Nedarim 37b</ref>  
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# A "Pasuk" (פסוק) - plural, "Pesukim" (פסוקים) is a verse in the Tanach (Torah, Neviim, and Ketuvim).  
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# The breakup of the pesukim are generally understood to be a tradition back to Sinai.<ref>Gemara Nedarim 37b</ref>  
 
==Laws regarding Pesukim==
 
==Laws regarding Pesukim==
 
# Regarding the prohibition to say pesukim by heart, see the [[Saying Pesukim by heart]] page.
 
# Regarding the prohibition to say pesukim by heart, see the [[Saying Pesukim by heart]] page.

Revision as of 18:16, 2 August 2020

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  1. A "Pasuk" (פסוק) - plural, "Pesukim" (פסוקים) is a verse in the Tanach (Torah, Neviim, and Ketuvim).
  2. The breakup of the pesukim are generally understood to be a tradition back to Sinai.[1]

Laws regarding Pesukim

  1. Regarding the prohibition to say pesukim by heart, see the Saying Pesukim by heart page.
  2. Regarding not saying a half-pasuk, see Saying a Half Pasuk page.

Sources

  1. Gemara Nedarim 37b