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The language is mainly derived from middle German, but has many Hebrew words, some Slavic words and a few words from old Romance languages.
It is essentially, like English, a fusion language. a whole in the head—a lokh in kop it’s about time—shoyn tsayt it should only happen—halivay just for spite—af tselokhis just so—ot azoy long, long ago—(in the year) giml the next world—yene velt neither here nor there—nisht ahin un nisht aher not so bad—nisht gerferlekh oh, no!
But as I fell in love with her, she fell in love with me—and with my Judaism as well.Join us for a Fireside chat on the intersection of Halakha and Sexuality with Rabbi Dov Linzer from July 20-22. Rabbi Dov Linzer will answer your questions throughout the blogcast. Mickey Katz, who achieved nationwide fame, made a career out of writing and performing half-English, half-Yiddish parodies of popular American songs. in show biz—shtik Sabbath—Shabes small piece—shtikl set speech/pitch—shpil side curls worn by Hasidic men—payes steam bath—shvits synagogue—shul something worthless—bopkes TERMS RELATED TO FOOD appetizer—forshpayz bowlful—shisl chicken/turkey drum stik—polke chicken/turkey wing—fligl dairy products—milkhik dumplings—kreplakh kneydl—matzo ball (winning word in 2014 National Spelling Bee with different spelling) plural—kneydlakh meat products—fleyshik measuring ingredients by throwing in what feels right, like grandma or bobe—shit arayn nasheray—snack food potatoes—bulbes potato pancakes—latkes pudding—kugl spread applied to a bagel—a shmir tasty—batamt, geshmak unkosher—treyf EXPRESSIONS as long as you are healthy—abi gezunt ass backwards—moyshe kapoyer be quiet! beyond help—es vet gornisht helfn the boondocks—ek velt Could never happen—In a nekhtiker tog Don’t tempt the evil eye—keyn eynhore enough already! His many comedy albums introduced Yiddish expressions to thousands of Jewish families. The single literary source that is credited for being most responsible for popularizing Yiddish for the baby boomer generation is Leo Rosten’s book, magazine, comedian Jackie Mason, and comedians/film makers Woody Allen and Mel Brooks. —genug shoyn go do whatever you like (and leave me alone)—gey gezunterheyt go talk to the wall!
I felt the pressure: The future of my people was at stake! The school was arty, musical, nerdy, and had a substantial Jewish population. Even though I no longer felt outside the norm, I still had trouble getting dates … Every Jewish woman I asked out on a date rejected me.