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  • Livonian languages, in the north of Europe, mayse signifies bread; in

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  • A bubbe mayse has nothing to do with grandmothers.

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  • But in northern Europe _mayse_ (Irish _maise_) bread, and the Old High German _maz_ (Hind. _mans_) means meat] which, however, is now too dear for general use; sundry vegetable baskets, and an iron pot for boiling fish and porridge, arums

    To the Gold Coast for Gold A Personal Narrative in Two Volumes.—Volume I

  • But he don't listen, di zikh onton a mayse, the suicide; he sets out all alone for Gehenna, to hell he goes alone to fetch you back. "

    Tablet Magazine

  • But he don't listen, di zikh onton a mayse, the suicide; he sets out all alone for Gehenna, to hell he goes alone to fetch you back. "

    Tablet Magazine

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