Yiddish

Definition of Yiddish

Yid´dish
n.1.A language used by German and other Jews, being a Middle German dialect developed under Hebrew and Slavic influence. It is written in Hebrew characters.

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bagel, beigel, chachka, chutzpa, chutzpah, chutzpanik, ganef, ganof, German, German language, gonif, goniff, High German, hutzpah, kibitzer, klutz, knish, knocker, kvetch, megillah, mensch, mensh, meshugaas, meshuggeneh, meshuggener, mishegaas, mishegoss, mishpachah, mishpocha, mushiness, nebbech, nebbish, nosh, nudnick, nudnik, pisha paysha, putz, schemozzle, schlemiel, schlimazel, schmaltz, schmalz, schmear, schmeer, schmegegge, schmo, schmuck, schnook, schtick, schtik, shemozzle, shlemiel, shlimazel, shmaltz, shmear, shmegegge, shmo, shmooze, shmuck, shnook, shtick, shtik, tchotchke, tsoris, tsuris, yenta
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