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Arnold Kiss

Rabbi Arnold (Ḥayyim Tsvi) Kiss, née Arnold Klein (Uzhgorod, 2 November 1869 - Budapest, 14 November 1940) was chief rabbi of Buda, a translator, poet and writer.

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A nő imája férjéért | A woman’s prayer for her husband, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 26 Aug 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This prayer by Rabbi Arnold Kiss for the well-being of a husband by their wife, “A nő imája férjéért,” was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam (1897) on p.246-248. It doesn’t appear to me to have been translated in the subsequent German edition (1907). I’ve set my English translation side-by-side with the Magyar. –Aharon Varady . . .


Bajban | Prayer in a personal crisis, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 25 Sep 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This prayer by Rabbi Arnold Kiss for when one is confronted by grave difficulties, “Bajban,” was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam (1897) on p.285-286 . . .


Étkezés utáni ima | Gebet nach dem Speisen | Prayer after the meal, a paraliturgical Birkat haMazon by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 26 Aug 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This paraliturgical Birkat haMazon by Rabbi Arnold Kiss, “Étkezés utáni ima” (Magyar, 1897) and “Gebet nach dem Speisen” (German, 1907), was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam on p.200-202 of the original Magyar edition and p.354-357 of the subsequent German edition. I’ve set separate English translations side-by-side with the Magyar and German in order to highlight the subtle differences between the two. –Aharon Varady . . .


Gyermekek üdvéért | Gebet für das Heil des Kindes | Prayer for the well-being of children, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 25 Aug 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This prayer for the well-being of children by Rabbi Arnold Kiss, “Gyermekek üdvéért” (Magyar, 1897) and “Gebet für das Heil des Kindes” (German, 1907), was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam on p.291-293 of the original Magyar edition and p. 546-549 of the subsequent German edition. I’ve set separate English translations side-by-side with the Magyar and German in order to highlight the subtle differences between the two. As I am not a native speaker of German or Magyar, please correct and improve upon my effort. –Aharon Varady . . .


Hálaima a bajból való menekülésért | Thanksgiving for deliverance from trouble, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 25 Sep 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This prayer of thanksgiving by Rabbi Arnold Kiss for deliverance from danger, “Hálaima a bajból való menekülésért,” was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam (1897) on p.286-288. . . .


Mirjam, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 22 Jun 2020 by Arnold Kiss |

A collection of prayers in Magyar for Jewish women composed by the rabbi of Veszprém, later, the chief rabbi of Buda. . . .


Noémi, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1906)

Contributed on: 22 Jun 2020 by Arnold Kiss |

A collection of prayers for Jewish girls by the chief rabbi of Buda. . . .


Országos bánat, közös baj idején | Prayer in a time of national crisis, by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 22 Sep 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This prayer by Rabbi Arnold Kiss for the kingdom of Hungary in a time of national crisis, “Országos bánat, közös baj idején,” was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam (1897) on p.289-291. . . .


Reggeli ima | Gebet am Morgen | Morning Prayer, a paraliturgical Elohai Neshamah by Rabbi Arnold Kiss (1897)

Contributed on: 26 Aug 2021 by Aharon N. Varady (transcription) | Aharon N. Varady (translation) | Arnold Kiss |

This prayer by Rabbi Arnold Kiss for the well-being of a husband by their wife, “A nő imája férjéért,” was first published in his anthology of prayers for Jewish women, Mirjam (1897) on p.246-248. It doesn’t appear to me to have been translated in the subsequent German edition (1907). I’ve set my English translation side-by-side with the Magyar. –Aharon Varady . . .



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