Our Passover meal is called a seder, which means “order” in Hebrew, because we go through 14 specific steps as we retell the story of the Israelites’ liberation from slavery. 

Some people like to begin their seder by reciting or singing the names of the 14 steps:

קדש‎    kadesh   Blessing the wine
וּרְחַץ   urchatz   Ritual hand-washing in preparation of the meal
כַּרְפַּס  karpas   Dipping a green vegetable into salt water 
יַחַץ    yachatz     Breaking the middle matzah 
מַגִּיד     magid     Telling the story of Passover
רָחְצָה     rachtza     Hand-washing with a blessing in preparation for the meal
מוֹצִיא מַצָּה     motzi matzah     The blessing over the meal and matzah
מָרוֹר     maror     Dipping the bitter herb in sweet charoset
כּוֹרֵךְ     koreich     Eating a sandwich of matzah and bitter herb
שֻׁלְחָן עוֹרֵךְ     shulchan oreich     Eating the meal!
צָפוּן     tzafoon     Finding and eating the afikoman
בָּרֵךְ     bareich     Saying grace after the meal and inviting Elijah the prophet
הַלֵּל     hallel     Singing songs that praise God
נִרְצָה     nirtzah     Ending the seder and thinking about the future

haggadah Section: Introduction
Source: JewishBoston.com