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Greater Hallel

Spanish translation: Gran Hallel

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English term or phrase:Greater Hallel
Spanish translation:Gran Hallel
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06:07 Sep 12, 2001
English to Spanish translations [PRO]
English term or phrase: Greater Hallel
"Before the Lamb was eaten, the second cup of wine was filled...an account was given of the sufferings of the Israelites in Egypt and of their deliverance...and the first part of the Hallel (a contraction from Hallelujah), Psalm 113, 114 was sung...in later times. What was termed the greater Hallel, Psalm 120 to 138 was sung on such occasions".

(from Smith's Commentary in The Student Bible Companion CD-ROM, White Harvest Software, 1995)
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gran hallel
Explanation:
Era el himno tradicional conocido como el gran Hallel que se cantaba cerca de la fiesta de la Pascua. Hallel es el término hebreo que significa "alabanza a Dios y estos salmos concentran su atención sobre un tema: el aleluya y resulta altamente significativo que el versículo final del gran hallel incluya estas palabras "atad ramas festivas junto a los cuernos del altar. (NAS).

Hallel: (Hebrew praise). A hymn of praise, consisting of Psalms 113 to 118 inclusive, sung at the four great Jewish feasts (O.E.D.) ... Este carácter salvífico lo podemos percibir bellamente descrito en algunos de los salmos de la segunda parte del Hallel[3] que se cantaba al final de la cena (salmos 114 ó 115 - 118)[4].
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Jesús Paredes
Local time: 01:17
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Muchas gracias. Necesitaba el término usado en español.
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4gran hallelJesús Paredes
na +1Alabanza, Elogio, Loa
Egmont


  

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11 mins peer agreement (net): +1
Alabanza, Elogio, Loa


Explanation:
Palabra hebrea Hal.el


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agree  Vicente Victorica: Muy Bien!. Es la misma raíz de "Aleluya!"
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gran hallel


Explanation:
Era el himno tradicional conocido como el gran Hallel que se cantaba cerca de la fiesta de la Pascua. Hallel es el término hebreo que significa "alabanza a Dios y estos salmos concentran su atención sobre un tema: el aleluya y resulta altamente significativo que el versículo final del gran hallel incluya estas palabras "atad ramas festivas junto a los cuernos del altar. (NAS).

Hallel: (Hebrew praise). A hymn of praise, consisting of Psalms 113 to 118 inclusive, sung at the four great Jewish feasts (O.E.D.) ... Este carácter salvífico lo podemos percibir bellamente descrito en algunos de los salmos de la segunda parte del Hallel[3] que se cantaba al final de la cena (salmos 114 ó 115 - 118)[4].


    Reference: http://www.pbc.org/dp/stedman/spanish/marksp/3327sp.html
    Reference: http://www.reflexion.org.mx/documentos/lucas/lucas2.htm
Jesús Paredes
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Muchas gracias. Necesitaba el término usado en español.
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