- Directly imported from Yiddish פֿע, meaning yuck. (Wiktionary)
“But when I tried to watch the next incarnation, I was overcome with "feh"-nnui.”
“Rabbi M: I 'feh' faith if I want, and I 'feh' faith!”
“Just not sure what the market for that is, I know after reading this and not having heard of it before and glancing at their website, my basic reaction was "feh".”
“I remember being "feh" as well with Omen II when my brother and I saw it in the theatre.”
“I first tried to crack Lolita in my teens and I went "feh" after 20 pages.”
“Nobody's mentioned "feh" since my dog ate... well, nevermind.”
“Second: 'feh' and 'imlib2' packages are available from”
“Is this, in fact, a "feh" period, or something more serious?”
“Once you've ascertained that this is merely a "feh" stage, there is no need to progress from pajamas to street clothes.”
“Because "feh" is an almost snarky, lip-curling feeling, I'm loathe to do anything to get rid of it.”
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There are a few short lists of Yiddish words, but none appropriate to the glory of the language, and none that are open. Thought I'd start one, and would love contributions. I'm tagging as I go, an...
keep it rated G please, thanks!
( open list, randomness )
Words that I love, that I imagine spoken by a yiddish speaker.
The sweetest sounding but vilest meaning word I have ever come across. Definitely making my list!
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