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  1. Shul1. To push, to press, to shove
    2. To fornicate
    3. The act of copulation
    4. A female who fornicates

          

  2. Tsuris1. "Covenant," circumcision/ naming ceremony

          

  3. Schlemiel1. A foolish person; a simpleton
    2. A consistently unlucky person; a born loser
    3. A submissive and uncomplaining victim
    4. A clumsy type
    5. A social misfit
    6. A pipsqueak
    7. A naive, gullible customer
    8. Anyone who makes a foolish bargain or wagers a foolish bet
    9. He who spills the soup

          

  4. Litvak1. A slide, a risky undertaking, a shady affair

          

  5. Heymish1. Cozy, warm, characteristic as in a happy home
    2. Unpretentious

          

  6. Tukhus1. The rear end, posterior
    2. "Tokhes afn tish" = Put up or shut up

          

  7. Naches1. Someone who is active in an organization; someone who arranges, fixes, has connections

          

  8. Shmeggy1. An un-admirable, petty person; a maladroit, untalented type; a sycophant; a lot of "hot air"

          

  9. Kibosh1. Nonsense
    2. To arrange things so something will not occur

          

  10. Mishpocha1. Family, including relatives: far, near, remote, and numerous
    2. Ancestors, lineage

          

  11. Pisher1. A bed wetter; a young, inexperienced person; an insignificant person; a nobody

          

  12. Nudzh1. Boring person
    2. To nudge

          

  13. Macher1. Someone who is active in an organization; someone who arranges, fixes, has connections

          

  14. Glitch1. A clod, a block of wood, a congenital bungler

          

  15. Chanuka1. The Feast of Dedication or the Feast of Lights, victory of Maccabees over Syrians

          

  16. Simchas Torah1. Nose

          

  17. Ganef1. Thief, crook
    2. A clever person
    3. An ingenious child
    4. A dishonest businessman
    5. A shady, tricky character it would be wise not to trust and to watch every minute he is in the store
    6. A mischievous, fun-loving prankster

          

  18. Minyan1. Quorum, ten male Jews required for religious services

          

  19. Brokhe1. "Covenant," circumcision/ naming ceremony

          

  20. Shevuos1. Private detective

          

  21. Shtup1. A coarse, insensitive, ill-mannered person; a clumsy, gauche, graceless person; an oaf; a yokel; a bumpkin

          

  22. Shidekh1. A long or fast speech or story intended as persuasion or as an excuse

          

  23. Klutz1. A fool; an ass; a jerk
    2. A simpleton or yokel; an easy mark

          

  24. Shegetz1. A boy or man who is not Jewish

          

  25. Kvell1. To beam with immense pride or pleasure
    2. To gloat over defeat

          

  26. Boychik1. Diminutive of boy, used affectionately
    2. One who cuts corners, a sharp operator

          

  27. Bris1. Nothing at all

          

  28. Tzimmes1. A traditional Ashkenazi Jewish sweet stew made from potatoes, carrots, and dried fruit
    2. A real mess

          

  29. Kvetch1. To squeeze, to fuss, to fret, to delay, to shrug
    2. A complainer, a slow worker, a wet blanket, poor worker with alibis

          

  30. Shvitzer1. A braggart
    2. Someone who sweats

          

  31. Nosh1. Little dumplings filled with groats, grated potatoes, onions, chopped liver, or cheese

          

  32. Mamzer1. A bastard, illegitimate
    2. An untrustworthy person
    3. Stubborn, difficult
    4. A clever, quick, skillful fellow
    5. An imprudent sort
    6. An irreverent character; a scalawag
    7. A detestable man

          

  33. Tref1. An animal not slain according to ritual law, a food that is not kosher

          

  34. Kosher1. Fit to eat, because ritually clean according to the dietary laws

          

  35. Meshuga1. Synagogue

          

  36. Shalom1. Synagogue

          

  37. Yontef1. A woman of low origins; a gossipy, scandal spreading woman

          

  38. Nudnik1. Dairy foods that may not be eaten with or after meat
    2. Pale, sickly looking
    3. A colorless personality

          

  39. Megillah1. Book of Esther
    2. Anything very long
    3. Anything complicated, boring, or overextended

          

  40. Bupkis1. "Covenant," circumcision/ naming ceremony

          

  41. Spritz1. A spray of liquid

          

  42. Yekke1. A woman of low origins; a gossipy, scandal spreading woman

          

  43. Lox1. Smoked salmon, highly salted

          

  44. Schmaltz1. Chicken fat used for cooking, overly sentimental mush, luxury, wealth
    2. Corny, mawkish
    3. To add pathos

          

  45. Shammas1. The sexton or caretaker of the synagogue
    2. The servant or attendant of a congregation of worshippers
    3. A detective, a private eye
    4. An unimportant menial
    Sycophant
    5. An informer
    6. The ninth candle of the menorah, head candle

          

  46. Putz1. A fool; an ass; a jerk
    2. A simpleton or yokel; an easy mark

          

  47. Tush1. Butt

          

  48. Schlimazel1. A foolish person; a simpleton
    2. A consistently unlucky person; a born loser
    3. A submissive and uncomplaining victim
    4. A clumsy type
    5. A social misfit
    6. A pipsqueak
    7. A naive, gullible customer
    8. Anyone who makes a foolish bargain or wagers a foolish bet
    9. He who spills the soup

          

  49. Zaftig1. A clod, a block of wood, a congenital bungler

          

  50. Maven1. An expert, knowledgeable person

          

  51. Schnoz1. Nose

          

  52. Kinder1. Fit to eat, because ritually clean according to the dietary laws

          

  53. Pesach1. A human being, a decent person, a noble person of admirable quality

          

  54. Golem1. A robot, a lifeless figure
    2. A simpleton, a fool
    3. A clumsy man or woman; a clod; someone who is all thumbs, poorly coordinated
    4. A slow moving man or woman
    5. A graceless, tactless type
    6. Someone who is subnormal

          

  55. Shamus1. Synagogue

          

  56. Fleishig1. Meats, poultry, or foods prepared with animal fats, not eaten with dairy products

          

  57. Kibitz1. Nonsense
    2. To arrange things so something will not occur

          

  58. Schvartze1. Black
    2. Unfortunate, unhappy, ill-starred
    3. Ominous, gloomy
    4. Unskilled
    5. Contraband

          

  59. Schnook1. A shoddy, cheaply made article
    2. A defective or fake article; an object one was cheated over
    3. A disagreeable, peevish person
    4. A shrew; a whining wife; a yenta

          

  60. Schmear1. To spread, to bribe

          

  61. Gelt1. Money

          

  62. Chotche1. A snack, a tidbit, a bite, a small portion

          

  63. Knish1. Little dumplings filled with groats, grated potatoes, onions, chopped liver, or cheese

          

  64. Shmendrik1. An un-admirable, petty person; a maladroit, untalented type; a sycophant; a lot of "hot air"

          

  65. Verklempt1. Overcome with emotion

          

  66. Tisha B'Av1. The day of fasting and mourning that commemorates the 1st and 2nd destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem

          

  67. Mentsh1. A human being, a decent person, a noble person of admirable quality

          

  68. Schlock1. A shoddy, cheaply made article
    2. A defective or fake article; an object one was cheated over
    3. A disagreeable, peevish person
    4. A shrew; a whining wife; a yenta

          

  69. Rosh Hashanah1. Holiday that commemorates the birth of the world

          

  70. Milchik1. Diminutive of boy, used affectionately
    2. One who cuts corners, a sharp operator

          

  71. Blintz1. A pancake, rolled around a filling, often cottage cheese

          

  72. Yenta1. A slang term for a German

          

  73. Yom Kippur1. Quorum, ten male Jews required for religious services

          

  74. Shlep1. To push, to press, to shove
    2. To fornicate
    3. The act of copulation
    4. A female who fornicates

          

  75. Succos1. The Festival of Tabernacles (The Feast of Booths), 7 or 8 days

          

  76. Landsman1. Someone who comes from the same hometown

          

  77. Spiel1. To haul or to carry

          

  78. Shiksa1. To push, to press, to shove
    2. To fornicate
    3. The act of copulation
    4. A female who fornicates

          

  79. Schmo1. A timid schlemiel; a meek patsy; a pitiable sad sack

          

  80. Schlub1. To push, to press, to shove
    2. To fornicate
    3. The act of copulation
    4. A female who fornicates

          

  81. Shmooz1. A boob; a schlemiel; an unlucky jerk; a butt; a fall guy; the goat of a joke

          

  82. Nebbish1. Little dumplings filled with groats, grated potatoes, onions, chopped liver, or cheese