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  • adj. Alternative form of meshugge.


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  • I find their caricatures of the hostile Ashkenazi-male much harder to watch in a different way than the less interesting nebach portrayals because it rings home, and I empathize with the characters, and wish I would stop being so meshugah.

    Can we please not revive that ugly stereotype? | Jewschool

  • Most of the Weinsteins were there, showing their support for Judith even if her meshugah daughter had thrown a monkey wrench into everything.

    Butchers Hill

  • I can even admit it to her, since she has no idea what meshugah means.

  • Our Daily Bread devotionals (hint: if you are going to make bread the central metaphor of your faith, you might want to try some rye or pumpernickel sometime) and Christian bookmarks she is constantly sending our way. meshugah, I'll admit.

  • But what ultimately comforts me is that she is driving all her own kids meshugah, too.

  • it's meshuga or meshugah or sometimes meshuggah but never mis-anything


  • when goyim kill us no one makes a peep, but when we fight back and kill them, everyone goes meshugah.

    The Hell We Have Wrought | Jewschool


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