- From Hebrew מזל טוב (mazál tov, "good luck") via Yiddish מזל טובֿ (mazl tov). (Wiktionary)
- Mishnaic Hebrew mazzāl ṭôb, good luck : mazzāl, constellation, destiny (ultimately from Akkadian manzaltu, mazzaztum, position of a star, from izuzzu, to stand; see ḏwḏ1 in Semitic roots) + ṭôb, good; see ṭyb in Semitic roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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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...
If you say it juuust so, it sounds like a sneeze.
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