And if it falls on a Saturday evening say [the prayers indicated by the following mnemonic] Y’K’N’H’Z’: yayin (wine), kiddush (sanctification), ner (candle), havdalah (separation), zeman (time). Seder means ‘order’ and YKNHZ is the order of the evening. In Yiddish Yag(K) deN HaZ literally means “chase the hare” - symbolic of the Jews being chased out of Egypt. Hence the dogs and rabbits chasing each other throughout the manuscript. On the following page is the prayer for wine. Many images adorn these pages. At the bottom of the first page, a man inspects his fingernails using the light of the havdalah candle held by a small boy.