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What does what a Shanda mean?
Shanda. Definition: A shame, a scandal. Example: “Can you even believe he slept with her best friend?! Oh, what a shanda!” 13. via
What does Shonda mean in Hebrew?
Shonda. Origin/Usage Hebrew Pronunciation SHAWN-də Meaning God is merciful. via
What is a male Yenta called?
Julia thinks that the male version of a yenta — the meddler, not the matchmaker — is a mansplainer. It's the guy who won't let us get a word in edgewise. via
What is a goy in Yiddish?
In modern Hebrew and Yiddish goy (/ɡɔɪ/, Hebrew: גוי, regular plural goyim /ˈɡɔɪ. ɪm/, גוים or גויים) is a term for a gentile, a non-Jew. Through Yiddish, the word has been adopted into English (often pluralised as goys) also to mean gentile, sometimes with a pejorative sense. via
What does a Shonda mean?
noun. informal US. In Jewish usage: a person, thing, or act that brings shame or scandal; a disgrace. via
What is a Shonda in Yiddish?
Most Yiddish speakers pronounce it as shande or shanda. In Yiddish, shande means a disgrace, a shame, a terrible embarrassment, a scandal. The only Shonda is your usage of a Yiddish word to defend idolatry of #WhiteSupremacists. via
What is a matchmaker called in Yiddish?
The correct term for a Jewish matchmaker is shadchanit for a woman, shadchan for a man. via
What is a Mieskeit?
noun. (also meeskeit) informal. Especially in Jewish usage: an ugly person. via
Is Schmuck a bad word?
Although schmuck is considered an obscene term in Yiddish, it has become a common American idiom for "jerk" or "idiot". It can be taken as offensive, however, by some Jews, particularly those with strong Yiddish roots. via
What is a HaShem?
noun. : a religious or moral act that causes others to reverence God. via
What does Oy vey Schmear mean?
Oy vey (Yiddish: אױ װײ) is a Yiddish phrase expressing dismay or exasperation. Also spelled oy vay, oy veh, or oi vey, and often abbreviated to oy, the expression may be translated as, "oh, woe!" or "woe is me!" via
What does Bissel mean in Yiddish?
bissel. Or bisl – a little bit. bubbe. Or bobe. It means Grandmother, and bobeshi is the more affectionate form. via
What does shtarker mean in Yiddish?
n. Thug. n. Big shot, an arrogant person. via