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“We did hear the occasional Yiddish word — shiksa, shaygets, tuches, schmuck — from my father and my maternal grandmother, who served bagels and lox, herring, and Muenster cheese to us for Sunday brunch.”
“Look who inseminated our aunty—a shaygets called Skinner from the Humber!”
“The Megiddo Modern Hebrew-English Dictionary, published in Israel, correctly defines shegetz as follows: ‘unclean animal; loathsome creature, abomination colloquial - pronounced shaygets wretch, unruly youngster; Gentile youngster’.”
“When did you hear of a shaygets who couldn't throw hard?”
“Jewed-up to within an inch of our lives, off to the bris we went: the former shiksa, the technical half-Jew, the Juban Princeling, and the Cuban-American shaygets.”
“The shaygets who would be Jew…it felt self-harming, pathological in the way that explorers who’d lost their way and cheerfully ended up as tribesmen with bones through their noses seemed pathological.”
“What Tsedraiter Ike was waiting for was the opportunity to tell Mick Kalooki, in a dark and secluded place—as though that was going to make a difference—that we didn’t want a shaygets in the family, thank you very much, even one who knew a kreplach from a k’nish.”
“I asked the second time—meaning, “You wouldn’t like it à la façon du shaygets, would you?””
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