Azameir bishvachin lmei-al go pis-chin dvachakal tapuchin dinun kadishin.

N'zamin loh hashtoh bifsora chadata, uvimnarto tavto d'nahoroh al reishin.

Y'minoh usmolo uvei-nayhu chaloh b'kishutin ozloh umonin ul'vushin.

Y'chabek loh ba-aloh uvisodo diloh d'oveid naycho loh yhei katish katishin.

Tzvochin af aksin bteilin ushvisin, bram anpin chadatin, vruchin im nafshin.

Chadu sagei yeisei v'al chado tartei, n'hora loh yimtei uvircho'on dinfishin.

Krivu shushvinin avidu sikunin, l'aposho zinin v'nunin im rachashin.

L'me-evad nishmosin v'ruchin chadatin, b'sartein uvislosin uvislosa shivshin.

Viturin shav-in loh umalkoh dil-eiloh d'yis-asar koloh b'kadish kadishin.

R'shimin us'simin b'go kol olmin, b'ram atik yomin halo batish batishin.

Yhei ra-ava kameih d'sish-reih al ameih, d'yis-anag lishmeih bimsikin v'duvshin.

Asadeir lidroma m'narta distimoh, v'shulchan im nahamoh bi-tzfona arshin.

B'chamra go chasa umdanei osoh l'arus va-arusoh l'haskofoh chaloshin.

Na-avid l'hon kisrin b'milin yakirin bshav-in iturin d'al gabei chamshin.

Shchinta tis-ator b'shis nahamei listor b'vavin tiskator v'zinin dichnishin.

Sh'visin ush'vikin m'so-ovin dirchikin chavilin dim-ikin v'chol zinei chavushin.

L'mivtzo al riftoh k'zeisoh uchvei-oso trein yudin nakto s'simin ufrishin.

M'shach zeiso dachyoh d'tochanin reichaya v'nagdin nachalayoh bgavah bilchishin.

Halo neimo rozin umilin dignizin d'leiseihon mis-chazin t'mirin uch'vishin.

Is-atoras kaloh b'razin dil-eila b'go hai hilula d'irin kadishin.


I will cut away [the forces of evil] with songs of praise, in order to enter the holy gates of Chakal Tapuchin.

We herewith invite her [the Shechinah ] to the festive table, with the beautiful candelabrum shining on our heads.

Between right and left the Bride approaches, adorned in ornaments, jewels and robes.

Her husband embraces her; through this gathering which brings her joy, the [forces of evil]will be utterly crushed.

They cry and despair, yet they are made null and void; but the faces [of Israel] are renewed, souls and spirits too.

[The Shabbat soul] brings her great joy, double in measure, bestowing upon her light and abundant blessing.

Bridesmen, go forth and make preparations of delicacies of many kinds, fish as well as fowl.

It is to form new souls and spirits, [to fathom] the thirty-two paths [of wisdom] and the three branches [of Scripture].

She has seventy crowns; the supernal King becomes crowned with most sacred [songs of praise].

[The Shabbat] is engraved and inscribed within all worlds [which were brought forth by] the “Ancient of Days” through combining [the four pristine elements].

May it be His will that His presence rest upon His people who will delight for the sake of His Name in sweet things and honey.

I place to the south the mystical candelabrum; I set in the north the table with the loaves.

With wine in the goblet and boughs of myrtle for the Bride and Groom, to invigorate the weak.

We fashion for them crowns from precious words; seventy crowns which transcend the fifty [Gates].

May the Shechinah be surrounded by the six loaves on each side [of the table]; and may they correspond to the two sets of six loaves and the other articles [of the Bet Hamikdash ].

The impure powers who are far from holiness, the angels of destruction who oppress [man] and all those confined [in Purgatory] rest and have respite [on Shabbat].

To slice the challah, the size of an olive or of an egg, [interpreting] the two yuds either according to its simple or phonetic reading.

Olives [have within them] pure oil which when pressed in a millstone flow in a stream; so the bread contains within it divine secrets. Let us discuss secrets of Torah, which are not revealed, hidden and concealed.

May the Bride be crowned with supernal mysteries at this joyous feast of the holy angels.