ברוכה את יה אלוהינו רוח העולם, אשר קדשתנו במצוֹתיה וְצִוַּתנו על נטילת ידיים.

Beruchah At Yah Eloheynu Ruach Ha’olam, asher kidshatnu bi-mitzvotehah vi-tzivatnu al nitilat yada’im.

You are blessed, O God, Spirit of the World, who makes us holy with Her commandments and commands us to wash our hands.

ברוך אתה יי אלוהינו מלך העולם, אשר קדשנו במצוֹתיו וְצִוַּנו על נטילת ידיים.


Baruch Atah Adonai Eloheynu Melech Ha’olam, asher kidshanu bi-mitzvotov vi-tzivanu al nitilat yada’im.

You are blessed, O God, King of the Universe, who makes us holy with His commandments and commands us to wash our hands.

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