As verbs the difference between layn and laid
is that layn
is to read from the Torah scroll during a Jewish prayer service while laid
is past tense of lay.
As an adjective laid is
marked with parallel lines, as if ribbed, from wires in the mould.
(Judaism) To read from the Torah scroll during a Jewish prayer service.
* It is proper that he who makes the bracha should also be the one to layn .
* Ruthie learned to layn (read the Torah) and both participated fully in the services.
Torah Layning Corps]
Should the person who gets an aliyah to the Torah also layn (read from the Torah)?]
Jewish Tribune - Toronto Partnership Minyan continues to grow]
* get laid
* laid rope
(of paper) Marked with parallel lines, as if ribbed, from wires in the mould.