An’im Zemirot n. Hebrew (ah-NEEM zeh-meer-OTE) A hymn composed of an alphabetic acrostic of 31 lines, generally sung in front of the open ark at the conclusion of the Musaf service on Shabbat and festivals. A child often leads the congregation’s singing of An’im Zemirot. It is also known as Shir ha-Kavod, “the Hymn of Glory.”
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