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“It’s usually said “America gonif!” in yiddish (literally: America, that thief!) …”
“For the rest of us, though, you’d need a degree in yiddish to tell the difference.”
“Baking S - The same little bits from rendered chicken fat are called "gribenes" in yiddish.”
“the Jewish side of my family; there are wonderful terms of abuse in yiddish.”
“Robbit no you are not slow but the words toches lecker is an expression to describe one that licks backsides to put it politely-it is actually yiddish which is a very amusing language and one that I picked up when my parents did not want the kids to know what they were saying - strangely I never listened when they spoke in English:)”
“I get to explain all the comics jokes and translate the yiddish.”
“You are assuming a goyim like me knows enough yiddish to know what goyim means ….”
“Yes, people can imitate all sorts of instruments and evoke a bass with "yiddish-bow-dip.”
“If he were anti-semitic, he would be blasting us with daily essays on the water pollution caushed by kosher blood drainings and the common linguistic ancestry of yiddish and satanic chants.”
“Actually, most chassidic and charedi (“ultraorthodox”) Jews speak yiddish as a primary language.”
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When I was in third grade an extra credit assignment I did was to make a list of at least fifty languages. I got to fifty, then kept going... and going... and going. Even twenty years later, I am ...
Judging from my French-English dictionary, which devotes only a page and a half to entries beginning with the letters W-Z, French has at least four candidates for the designation "unnecessary lette...
by Barenaked Ladies.
With life just begun, my sleeping new son
Has eyes that roll back in his head
They flutter and dart, he slows down his heart
And pictures a world...
Looking for tweets for yiddish.