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e-mail goes to: yiddishkeit@pass.to be sure to put "Yiddishkeit" in the subject line. Would You Like to Learn a Bisl more Yiddish? ", https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shmir.mp3, שמיר: Means to smear. 2,342 likes. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/farshikert.mp3. This dictionary will be indispensable to those who study, speak and write Yiddish. Usually to a kid, and not that hard. אַלטע קאַקער:An "old fart." שמועס: To talk/chitter chatter/schmooze. -Shmelke], https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/farmisht.mp3. The audio is all courtesy of Shmelke. https://yiddishacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/khutspo.mp3. [I can't believe Moyshe put this one in. There's a restaurant in Israel called "BagelNosh. Most Jewish slang comes directly from the Israeli, Arabic and English languages. Yiddish is a mekhaya! The Hanukkah song refers to the holiday as "a likhteke, a freylekhe" -- "light/joyful and happy" (It just occurred to me that "frolic" probably comes from the same root. Chutzpah. Khazer. It can also mean to show off. It was on sale at Nordstrum's for only $300! The audio is all courtesy of Shmelke. But you shouldn't do this in public if you're a mentsch. 11. געלט: Gold. A monumental achievement based on a lifetime of labor by Dr. Mordkhe Schaechter, the greatest Yiddish lexicographer in modern times, and edited by his closest students. His head is "turned around." Nuff said. Sam has got chutzpah, he's going to go far. Idle talk, gossiping. Money. Dorky and shlumpy. Fine! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/feygela.mp3, פֿײגעלאַ: A little bird. (Up until 2020), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/tate.mp3, טאַטע: Father but can also mean God. Install. From the Hebrew "Shelo-Mazal" = no luck. We're trying to play cards here! װילדע כאַיאַ: Wild Animal. Yiddish Slang. Listen to your father or he'll give you a frask! Geshmak. There are many Jewish slang words in the Yiddish language. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/khalish.mp3. נאַרישקײַט: Silliness. She always has more in the kitchen, so es mayn kind, nem tsvey zey zaynen klayneh! The shlimazel is the guy he spills it on. ! Sometimes he can be farkakt. Literally or figuratively. קלײנע:Small. : Yiddish exclamation to denote disgust, pain, astonishment or rapture Oi, a shkandal! You collect baseball cards? Containing nearly 50,000 entries and 33,000 subentries, the Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary emphasizes Yiddish as a living language that is spoken in many places around the world. -Shmelke], https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/fe.mp3, !פֿע: An expression of disgust. You spilled soup all over my leisure suit! כוצפא, חוצפה  You don't know what this means? "I was just patshki-ing around in the kitchen with whatever I had in the fridge, but it turned out pretty good. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/narishkayt.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/mekhaye.mp3. Stop that narishkayt and go to bed right now! schwartza. גרױסעמאַכער: A man of influence... or maybe he just thinks he is. Lenny? Chutzpah is "brazenness." קיביץ: Back seat driving... or just joking around. A sheyne yid, a good Jew. שלאָף: Sleep. Download Yiddish Slang Dictionary and Quiz and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. In usage can mean "good". It's long... so the "gantze megilla" or the "whole megilla" means the whole kit and kaboodle. This is Yinglish. Oy! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shnuk.mp3. שמעגעגי: My mom used to say this… similar to a shmey drey. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/halevy.mp3. These words aren't exactly Yiddish slang… they are commonly used Yiddish words you just have to know to sound like a real Yiddishe Yid (Jewish Jew) or at least like you're from NYC. Though the Yiddish word originally had an entirely negative connotation, it is now used as a slang word … Getting to be spoken by thirteen million Jews, today the number of speakers is estimated at three million. משפּכה: Family. (Wait a sec Moshe - I like Woodie Allen! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/pupik.mp3, פּופּיק: Belly button. I don't have the koyakh to move the furniture again for you today. This is Yinglish. Oh no… now the boss is gonna give me a whole schmooze. נעביש: Nobody special. For this reason, most of the slang words used today are imported from other foreign languages. He likes bagels, she likes cream cheese. Add to Wishlist. We write the words using YIVO standardized transliteration, just like in our course. Feh! The whole mishpocha is coming over this Shabbos! Shrek means super-scared or freaked out. To Utah? (There are more than one way to pronounce many of these words, and we try to go with the most typical.) ", https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/punim.mp3. פֿראַסק: A slap. I don't normally eat blintzes, (see our Yiddish Culture page) but that one was batamt! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/yenta.mp3. Yiddish Slang Dictionary and Quiz. Feh! Often in an out of context way. ), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/farbisene.mp3. Mayonnaise on white bread? פֿרעס: To wolf food down. Did he at least buy you a coke? https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kakameyne.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shpiel.mp3. Welcome to the ECTACO English - Yiddish Online Dictionary! Flipant arrogance. A bit rude. עפּעס: Something. מיכײַאע: A pleasure. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shmutsik.mp3. A bisele is a tiny bit. גײ שלאָג דײַן קאָפּ אין װאַנט : Go bang your head against the wall! The associate editor is Dr. Chava Lapin (Yiddish professor, scholar and language expert). "I don't really paint. Yiddish! האַלעװײ: It should come to be! You know? It wouldn't hurt you to learn a bisele Yiddish! באַלאַבוסטאַ: An excellent homemaker and wife. We were talking about Seinfeld, and then, in metendrinen, he comes in talking about Iron Man and the hulk! מישיגאַס: Crazy behavior. You can shmir putter on your challah. Please be our guest here as we invite you to experience what our comprehensive language databases can do for you. There are some Yiddish words used in English language context. https://yiddishacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/vildekhaya.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/gelt.mp3. מאַכער: See "groyse makher." https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/geshray.mp3. These words aren’t exactly Yiddish slang… they are commonly used Yiddish words you just have to know to sound like a real Yiddishe Yid (Jewish Jew) or at least like you're from NYC. Since the English language is always interested in extending its family of words, the charm of Jewish and Yiddish sayings and idioms has proven to be irresistible. https://yiddishacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/mitendrinen.mp3. YIVO transcription form uses the following consonants: https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shlomp.mp3. Learn some more Yiddish! Chutzpah —Nerve, extreme arrogance, brazen presumption, confidence, as in “It took real chutzpah for him to ask for a raise when he kept showing up late for every appointment.” פֿאַרשטונקנע: Rotten. Use the stem of the word (not the plural, case-marked, or conjugated form) of nouns, adjectives, and verbs. Halevay, he should get married already, and stop giving his mother tzares! These common Yiddish slang words are a great way to get an introduction to learning Yiddish, and some familiarity with Yiddish culture. Don't say this one in front of your bubby either. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/frask.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/altekaker.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shmata.mp3, שמאַטאַ: Old Cloth. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shpatsir.mp3. The largest pronunciation dictionary in the world. We're hoping you'll stick around and learn some more Yiddish when you see that Yiddish is a fun language filled with flavor and style. Expression of dismay or hurt Oi vai iz mir! שפּיעל: Shpiel means a play. Look at that punim! Don't invite Frank to the party. If that's the case, we put the English spellings in parentheses. Actually nothing. Eat my child, take two they're small! You want to get a tiny bit more serious about learning some Yiddish, or what? https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/greps.mp3. Bubbe (bubby) — Grandmother. Literally, bubkis means ‘beans,’ but in Yiddish slang, it refers to nothing. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/batamt.mp3. What Does 'Oy Vey' Mean? It's not a nice word. Can refer to casual wear, or the kind of clothes you'd only where at home. ", https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/nu.mp3, https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/nudzh.mp3. You could have knocked off at least five dollars! ke n. Slang A cheap showy trinket. What do you need from all that khazeray? Don't say it in front of your bubby. Shadchan would have been a good word to put on, eh? Type a word & select a dictionary: א אַ אָ בּ ב בֿ ג ד ה ו וּ װ וֹ ױ ז ח ט י כּ כ ך ל מ ם נ ן ס ע פּ פ ף צ ץ ק ר ש שׁ שׂ ת Yiddish keyboard English > Yiddish dictionary You can read about that here: Yiddish Reading Basics. In the middle of nowhere. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/farklemt.mp3, פֿאַרקלעמט: All choked up. נאָגודניק: A bad guy, who's up to "no good." https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shlep.mp3. You say this when your kids ask you what to do because they're bored. It's really what you say, for real. : Dear me! שלימזל: The guy who has bad luck. A kleyne kind. מישוגאַ: Crazy. She's probably a balebuste. A little kid. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/fuftsike.mp3. If you don't stop dreying around and get to bed - Patsh! Have rakhmonis on him. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/meyven.mp3. Es mayn kind! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/nebish.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/bobamayse.mp3. Yiddish yidish, short for yidish daytsh, literally, Jewish German, from Middle High German jüdisch diutsch, from jüdisch Jewish (from Jude Jew) + diutsch German … Take two, they're small. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/mameloshn.mp3. But it can also be good.. like "moxy." They are fun words filled with irony and humor. Unless you sound sarcastic. קאַקאַמײנע: Nutso. Usually written with Hebrew script, Yiddish is entirely phonetic and boasts an extensive word bank whose hazy etymologies perplex, impress and generally enthrall scholars. באָבאַ מײַסע: An old wife's tale, or anything dubious or not to be believed. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/farblondzhid.mp3. Emphasis on living Yiddish culture of the 21st century with equal coverage of the traditional religious and modern secular streams in the mainstream form of the language common to both. ", https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/rakhmonis.mp3. Bubby let out such a geshray when we tracked mud all over the white carpet. It's clear he's her bashert! ראַכמאָניס: Mercy. ), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/fres.mp3. Sarah's new boyfriend is kind of a shnuk - but he's ok. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shnorer.mp3. Khanuka gelt is given on the holiday. American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fifth Edition. Oy vey (אױ װײ) is typically used when a situation is causing exasperation … (not a real word), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shrek.mp3. You klutz! Bit it is also used to mean any clothing in general. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/potshki.mp3, פּאָטשקי: Experiment, dabble, mess around, play around with. Nada, zilch. Epes a meshuga! I like to schmooze with my hommies but a schmooze is also something you can get from a person of authority if you messed up. -Shmelke  ], https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/farkrumte.mp3, פֿאַרקרומטע: Crooked or twisted. Oy, it's so hot! I still don't know what a "genektagazoynk" is. She's 21 and still not married. He may be able to get his buttons lines up but his shirt is moist coitently not tucked in. A real khayim-yankel! Type an English word, like table, to find its Yiddish equivalent. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/megila.mp3. שלעמיעל: Clumsy. You’ve found the Yiddish Slang Dictionary to help you shmooze or kibitz. פֿאַרבלאָנדזשיט: Confused. Yiddish: the Yiddish language: yiddisher kop: smart person: Yinglish: speaking English with many Yiddish words: yontef: a Jewish holiday: yutz: a stupid, clueless person: zaftig: plump chubby full-figured thick Be warned though, this app contains some words not fit for your bubbe. Historically, it is a dialect of High German with an admixture of words of Hebrew, Romance, and Slavonic origin, developed in central and E Europe during the Middle Ages Yiddish (ייִדיש, יידיש or אידיש, yidish or idish, pronounced [ˈ(j)ɪdɪʃ], lit. The … געשמאַק: Tasty, delicious. קױאַך, כח: Energy, or really, desire. © 2021 Yiddish Academy. It's an expert, on any topic. These terms have become an everyday part of English language dialogue. - Yiddish Slang Dictionary This is a Yiddish pronunciation of the Hebrew term יום טוב (yom tov), which means good day. Why can't that oysvorf waiter ever get the order right? פּאַטש: A slap. שידאָך: An arranged marriage, or date. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kibits.mp3. Yiddish Slang Dictionary. Meshugah! שטעטל: A small village, usually all or mainly Jewish, in Eastern Europe; such as Anatefka, the setting of "Fiddler on the Roof." פֿאַרקאַקט: Screwed up. שרעק: Not a Green monster. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/bisl.mp3. You have a shadchan (matchmaker) make your shidduch. See groysemakher. -Shmelke], https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/ganif.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/khazer.mp3. Oy vey, stop your kvetching! Whenever we have guests for Shabbos he always makes sure that he is the center of attention. Suggestion and additions to this list can be sent to the author Michael Hanna-Fein who can be contacted by e-mail. knadle - means dumpling; used as slang term of endearment for a chubby woman or a child; kolboynick - Yiddish insult for a person who is a know-it-all; kvell - having feelings of extreme pride; kvetch - complaint; a person who complains way too much; mensch - a good decent or honest person, someone who would be considered to be a stand-up person Copyright © 2020 LoveToKnow. You’ve found the Yiddish Slang Dictionary to help you shmooze or kibitz. ביסל: Little bit. Oy! Drey means to "turn." https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/glik.mp3, גליק: Luck. We started the biz 20 years ago. I'm clicking here to get my free 10-minute Yiddish Lesson without any sign up. In America it is used to refer to a gay man. I just patshki." Not worthwhile, whether it's food objects, or real estate. אָנגעפּאַטשקעט: Overly the top, in dress, adornment, whatever. Literally "needles." English-Yiddish Dictionary. Some of the Yiddish slang words haven't made it into the dictionary, but are still seen in print spelled in a more familiar way - so we try to put those in parentheses too. צימיס: Sweet carrot dish. (see our Yiddish Culture page), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/glitsh.mp3, גליטש: A slip up, or a bug - as in a slight malfunction. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shiksa.mp3, שיקסאָ: A non-Jewish woman, but very derogatory. After the cholent I take such a Shlof. יענטאַ: The lady who loves to talk and gossip. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/geshmak.mp3. עקװעלט: The end of the earth. פֿופֿציקע: A $50 bill. כאַליש: Faint. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/epes.mp3. And, Yiddish is SO much fun. Oif tsalooches: For spite Oisgeshtrobelt! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/bashert.mp3. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kepi.mp3. Ooh ahh! All Rights Reserved. Get the schwartza neck gaiter and mug. But now he's the real thing. However, a lot of these words have made it into English dictionaries. Or, maybe you're cheap. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/simkho.mp3. I think it was Wheaties. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kinder.mp3, https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kleyne.mp3. Like: Stop nudzhing me! The schnoror can be the guy on the street corner but he can also be the buddy who never buys drinks for the guys. מאַמע לשון: Mother tongue, native language. You can shlep yourself too. What a farbisine alterkaker! [A "farkrumte svara" in the yeshiva (Talmudic academy) is an incorrect logical assumption. Please make make an addition! כאַזערײַ, חזיריי: Pig slop. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/ongepatshket.mp3. Someone who'll put up with her mishegas. There are a number of Jewish or Yiddish terms considered to be slang. https://yiddishacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/oysvorf.mp3. [ Yes, this is actualyy a Yiddish word. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/patsh.mp3. : Overdressed woman. שיקער: A drunk. נאַכאַס: Enjoyment from pride of your children. אַלטע קאַקער: An "old fart." https://yiddishacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/mishuge.mp3. Enjoyable, not just food. I don't mind. English -> Yiddish Online Dictionary - a Bilingual Dictionary from ECTACO. Yiddish is full of juicy descriptive adjectives, and geshmak is a perfect example. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shvits.mp3. Stop kibizing! Taking a shower after a long day at the golf course is such a mekhaye! The shlimiel is the guy who spills the chicken soup. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/bobi.mp3. Eastern European Jews spoke with one another in ways that incorporated the words and languages of their surroundings. Oh Shrek!! It can also just mean, a cute little girl, or the diminutive of the Yiddish name Fayge. I'm all farblondzhit. I can't believe he would only give $1 tip after that whole meal! Such a bobamayse! Boychick definition is - a young man : boy. Such a gute neshoma, he wouldn't hurt a fly! A brief glossary of important and commonly used Yiddish words and phrases. It is not a hateful term. tchotchke. Oy. You might even have used it without knowing it. I saw a commercial once that said "It's the whole megilla." https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/bopkis.mp3. Or - one of the guys. https://yiddishacademy.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/mishegas.mp3. A bargain. מיטנדרינען: Right in the middle. פֿאַרמישט: Mixed up. Well, probably Google took you to the right place. : Oh, what a scandal! What shlimeil! [My neice's name is Sheyne. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kvel.mp3, https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/kvetsh.mp3, Makhatanim, Makhateynim (lots of ways to pronounce that), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/makhatanim.mp3, https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/makher.mp3. My Bubby will kvell when I get my free no-sign up Yiddish lesson. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shpilkes.mp3, שפּילקעס: Impatience. נודניק: Literally a boring person, but used to mean an annoying person. + Type a Yiddish word using English letters, like tish, to find its English definition. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/khazeray.mp3. Has contributed words such as: "bagel," "nudnik," "mishmash" "schmuck" to our everyday vocabulary. That used car dealer is such a ganif! https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/mentsh.mp3. “How much do you have?” “I’ve got bubkis.” chutzpah Extreme self-confidence, a lot of nerve to the point of arrogance. Fabulous. Examples: say plimenik, not plimenikes, sheyn, not sheyne, helf, not helfn or untergeholfn. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/handl.mp3. "It's bad enough you got your nose pieced, but now your pupik? A dish of boiled and mushed carrots. All the words in all the languages pronounced by native speakers ... Do you want to pronounce words and phrases in this language (Yiddish)? Kind of a loser. It also means the whole spiel, similar to the whole megillah and the whole kit and caboodle. Do You Want to Learn Yiddish but Don't Have the Gelt? He's the taker. As in dreydels on Chanukah. Sorry, we're still working on editing some of the definitions, so they are temporarily missing. Maybe I'm farmisht. How to use boychick in a sentence. There's not much to say about this one. Lets go shpatsir-ing in Central Park and try to ignore the shnorors. פּונים: Face. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/balebuste.mp3. הײמיש: Homey. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/geyshlogdayn.mp3. The World Slang Dictionary: Yiddish Slang Dictionary. Really a crazy guy! Online. a young man in Hebrew, but in Yiddish it means a fool. By us he's heymish. My in-laws work in textiles, and they refer to their business as "the shmata business. Not only that, he didn't leave a tip! באַשערט: Predetermined. 1.) It's weird I know - what can you do? שמוציק: Dirty. Oy vey, stop your kvetching! שנאָרער: Beggar. An English sentence that uses these words sometimes is said to be in Yinglish (or Hebronics). A sourpuss. If you are typing with Hebrew letters, like טיש, type a Yiddish word in Hebrew letters to find its English definition. See kvell. שכל: Brains. There are more Yiddish slang words than there are letters in the alphabet. Used as a high compliment, like a real gentleman. Yiddish or German term meaning " black person ". Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, and Pesach are examples. Syd? Like huppitzville. Hmmm.... Wonder why? It's like mazel. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/rikhtike.mp3. He's a no goodnik who just came along for the ride. Ekvelt! נודזש: A pest - annoying person. Stamps are better. It became a creole of numerous Eastern European languages and Hebrew. But in slang it can refer to anything you really enjoy. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/nash.mp3, נאַש: Food you eat even when you're not hungry. A tchotchke (or chotchke, pronounced chahch - kuh ) is "an inexpensive souvenir, trinket, or ornament." But you can also shmir the boss, similar to brown-nosing, https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shmegegi.mp3. Basic information of Yiddish Number of speakers . Urban … Be a mensch and learn them all! : Woe is me! Or maybe you wanted to know what shrek really means. 'Jewish'; in older sources ייִדיש-טײַטש, Yidish-Taytsh, lit. ' כאַזער,חזיר: A pig. אױסװאַרף: A real moron. You kids get to sleep now! My daughter's same is Fayge. We're talking Rip Van Vinkl style. Farshtunkene cats! געשרײַ: A scream. Pangaea Learning Travel & Local. You want he should have to go to jail? I'm the one with the seykhel. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/heymish.mp3. According to Merriam-Webster, this noun is synonymous with nerve and gall and is used to describe someone with the utmost confidence and audacity. Yiddish slang has made its way into English. Be warned though, this app contains some … The dreykop thought that you're supposed to eat bagels on Yom Kippur! שװיץ: Means to sweat. Woodie Allen... Feh! (see our Yiddish Culture page), https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/ekvelt.mp3. Comprehensive English-Yiddish Dictionary Edited by Gitl Schaechter-Viswanath and Paul Glasser Dr. Chava Lapin, associate editor Indiana University Press and the League for Yiddish, 856 pages, $60 כײַם יאַנקעל: A hick, or just a Joe Shmoe. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/dreykop.mp3, דרײקאָפּ: A confused guy. Your Bubby thinks you have a sheyna punim. פֿאַרביסענע: Bitter... often referring to people. You don't want to be left behind at a sophisticated dinner party, do you? List of Yiddish Words and Expressions. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/tanta.mp3, טאַנטאַ: Aunt. Can also mean make a big deal. Like all Yiddish words, you can use it sarcastically. The advent of Jewish slang words is a fairly recent occurrence. קעפּי: A little head, as in a kid's head. Oy, 7th st, 17st, what's the difference? There are a number of interesting Yiddish slang phrases. The only way for her to get married is to find the rikhtike guy. just so you could see these Yiddish words. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shtetl.mp3. [Yes, this is also Yiddish. Oy, I'm khalishing for some Ben and Jerry's! Why didn't you handl? You think that Elvis is still alive? It can also be an exclamation. The word entered the American vernacular in the late 1960s from the Yiddish tshatshke (from similar terms in the Slavic languages, including the Polish word meaning "knickknack," czaczko). When I was a kid my Rebbe often said I acted like a vilde khaya. A "sheyna punim" is a pretty or beautiful face. מענטש: Literally, "human being." Oy Tate helf dayn kinder! Don't trip over that shikkur lying in the gutter over there. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/emes.mp3. Nothing (figurative) Extra credit: In Yiddish, bupkis comes from the word for goat turd. Shaquille O'Neal is considered a schwartza since he is a black man. Honey make a "tsimis" - our little yankel made that in school and he's so proud. Click here and get a free lesson, no sign up! Jerry's such an altekaker - He'll never play basketball with us, just sits and reads his newspaper! A dirt bag. As Mike Myer's Linda Richman character would say, when she gets all worked up, "I have shpilkes in my genecktigazoink." It was bashert! See Batamt. (Oh Father, help your children! You might have heard Yiddsh or Jewish slang without knowing it. A more "parve" expression (bland, less loaded) would be "goya. https://www.yiddishacademy.com/audio/slang/shlof.mp3.

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