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Mayim Achronim

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Mayim Achronim: lit. "after-waters," used to wash the fingertips after a meal, in preparation for Grace after Meals.
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At the conclusion of a meal in which we ate bread, we say the Grace after Meals, thanking G‑d for giving us sustenance. Before reciting the Grace after Meals, we rinse our fingertips. This washing is called Mayim Achronim, "final waters" (as opposed to Ma...
Washing Before and After a Meal
In a continuation of the discussion of table manners from last class, we learn about the proper procedure for washing before and after a meal.
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