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Admin28.08.2021

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JewishIn on January 16, 2008 4:03 pm Some of these words also cross over to other languages like russian where they mean similar things and are used similarly to english… could yiddish be the hidden world language? German speakers have told us about all the words that German shares with Yiddish.
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Admin26.06.2021

Schlumpfi im Land der Kobolde: Band 1 (German Edition): Seegmüller, Claudia: 9783744816380: countdown.top100.winespectator.com: Books

term for the local neighborly, gentile whom the Orthodox Jewish community knew to rely on in turning on electricity, light.
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Admin10.07.2021

Schlumpfi im Land der Kobolde: Band 1 (German Edition): Seegmüller, Claudia: 9783744816380: countdown.top100.winespectator.com: Books

Shabbes Goy was usually an agreeable neighbor.
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Admin19.06.2021

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Michael on January 17, 2008 8:17 pm Great conversation, everybody.
Admin21.08.2021

The Yiddish Handbook: 40 Words You Should Know

Josh on January 17, 2008 11:46 am Ah, Yiddish, what a language! , using the Hebrew aphabet.
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Admin15.08.2021

The Yiddish Handbook: 40 Words You Should Know

An expression of disgust or disapproval, representative of the sound of spitting.
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Admin23.07.2021

The Yiddish Handbook: 40 Words You Should Know

My post just suggested some other Yiddish words — that are used in vernacular English — for possible inclusion on a future list here.
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Admin13.06.2021

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They are, after all, the kin of Jesus and that is the religion he was raised in and was thoroughly familiar with.
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Admin24.07.2021

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yente Female busybody or gossip.
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Admin28.08.2021

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Regarding the shlemiel and shlimazel, I learned a slightly different definition.
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Admin04.07.2021

Schlumpfi im Land der Kobolde: Band 1 (German Edition): Seegmüller, Claudia: 9783744816380: countdown.top100.winespectator.com: Books

The nebish or nebich not sure on the spelling sits next to the shlimazel…• Serious troubles, not minor annoyances.