- From Yiddish משוגע (meshuge, "crazy"), from Hebrew מְשׁוּגָּע (meshugga‘, "crazy"), from שׁוּגַּע (shugga‘, "be driven mad"), שִׁיגַּע (shigga‘, "drive mad"). First started being widely used between 1880 and 1885. (Wiktionary)
“Mostly, it came attached to the word meshugge, a way of telling the world in Yiddish that someone nearby”
“Berlin - Berlin is "meshugge" - a bit crazy - in the eyes of DJ Aviv Netter, an Israeli who hosts a monthly disco night titled Meshugge in the German capital.”
“it should say, "i'd have to be meshugge"... b/c "meshugge" is the adjective.”
“In Berlin, the new generation dances at DJ Netter's "meshugge" parties or listens to the Jewish band Jewdyssee - and has the blessing of the synagogue. ”
“Schtick," too, gets but one mention -- in a recent opinion by the slightly meshugge Kozinski.”
“To be house Jew to the meshugge Christian right: brilliant.”
“A messhugas is the object about which the meshugge is crazy.”
“It also doesn't say a whole lot for the Florida GOP if the best person that they can scare up to run for office is a little bit meshugge.”
“She'd think I was meshugge for having a fourth bar mitzvah.”
“The kinder a little meshugge (or driving you there)?”
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