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  1. shlemazl
  2. far vus
  3. mensch
  4. kaddish
  5. Yiddish
  6. farmisht
  7. shnoz
  8. brech
  9. dreck
  10. vance
  11. balebusta
  12. fumfer
  13. shayna
  14. simca
  15. vu
  16. tata
  17. naxes
  18. klezmer
  19. geb
  20. tummler
  21. kugel
  22. nebbish
  23. shmutz
  24. neyn
  25. maven
  26. lax
  27. vakakta
  28. ver
  29. gornisht
  30. bruder
  31. farbrent
  32. glick
  33. shalom
  34. aleixem
  35. bubelah
  36. dertzeyl
  37. shmooze
  38. zer
  39. xallish
  40. liebe
  41. shlep
  42. zayda
  43. goniff
  44. shand
  45. gelt
  46. shtetl
  47. un
  48. yeshiva
  49. deli
  50. glitch
  51. froy
  52. tchotchke
  53. veyn
  54. yold
  55. alter kocker
  56. shpatzir
  57. bagel
  58. seykhl
  59. mitzvah
  60. grosse
  61. klug
  62. nu
  63. tsurris
  64. zhlub
  65. shtik
  66. plotz
  67. fraynd
  68. kishkes
  69. zis
  70. ken
  71. madela
  72. gevalt
  73. gutt
  74. yarmulka
  75. shvitz
  76. latke
  77. shvester
  78. fonfer
  79. nik
  80. sheygets
  81. vider
  82. abi
  83. geshmak
  84. nosh
  85. kosher
  86. treyf
  87. shmaltz
  88. brokh
  89. bissel
  90. schmuck
  91. mishpoxa
  92. luft
  93. goy
  94. lox
  95. punim
  96. shul
  97. shlext
  98. blintz
  99. mir
  100. ferklempt
  101. shmaychl
  102. tomid
  103. esn
  104. feh
  105. kvell
  106. shpil
  107. tallis
  108. chaim yankel
  109. mit
  110. yo
  111. pisher
  112. velt
  113. fartutst
  114. maxer
  115. shikse
  116. zudik
  117. shmeer
  118. chai
  119. gedenk
  120. kvetch
  121. potshke
  122. meshugge
  123. tsimmes
  124. yichis
  125. matzo
  126. shmatte
  127. oy vey
  128. mikvah
  129. kibitz
  130. tzuzamen
  131. oy
  132. kibosh
  133. shpilkes
  134. bris
  135. toches
  136. yuntov
  137. tokhter
  138. vuss
  139. balegula
  140. pupik
  141. zaftig
  142. kultz
  143. farblondget
  144. yenta
  145. bubkes
  146. gey
  147. hamish
  148. shabbas
  149. knaker
  150. mazel
  151. xutzpa
  152. bubbe
  1. a grandmother
  2. b pedigree, lineage
  3. c money
  4. d sister
  5. e to idle around and talk shop
  6. f fool
  7. g big
  8. h face
  9. i a food, bungler, unlucky
  10. j buttocks, rear-end
  11. k pride and joy, delight
  12. l potato pancake
  13. m life, the number 18
  14. n bigshot, someone who things they are important
  15. o a young girl
  16. p to tell
  17. q calamity, trouble
  18. r to you
  19. s yes
  20. t where
  21. u synagogue
  22. v luck
  23. w a non-Jewish woman, seductress
  24. x pretty, precious
  25. y garbage, something of poor quility
  26. z as long as
  27. aa smart or clever
  28. ab a decent fellow
  29. ac an old codger
  30. ad grandfather
  31. ae exclamation, "how terrible"
  32. af thief, rascal
  33. ag with
  34. ah smoked salmon
  35. ai flattery, to bribe (literally: to spread)
  36. aj bad
  37. ak burning, zealous
  38. al suffix denoting kind of person or thing (ex. neatnik)
  39. am question: what? what do you mean?
  40. an friend
  41. ao misfortune
  42. ap to play
  43. aq extremely tasty
  44. ar school
  45. as filled pancake
  46. at a snack, to snack
  47. au in accordance with Jewish dietary law
  48. av good
  49. aw prepared food or where it is sold
  50. ax to smile
  51. ay a young squirt
  52. az lost, gone astray, confused
  53. ba always
  54. bb to laugh
  55. bc noodle or potato dumpling
  56. bd to gag, vomit
  57. be juicy, plump, buxom
  58. bf exclamation of help or fear
  59. bg crazy person, nuts
  60. bh not Kosher, unclean
  61. bi together
  62. bj language of central and eastern European Jewry
  63. bk world
  64. bl slip
  65. bm expert, connaisseur
  66. bn happy occasion
  67. bo cozy, homey, familiar
  68. bp to be delighted, beam
  69. bq love
  70. br darling, sweetheart, usually for a young person
  71. bs what
  72. bt to become
  73. bu prayer shawl
  74. bv a sad sack
  75. bw remember
  76. bx nothing, zilch, not a thing
  77. by complain, a complainer
  78. bz female boss, capable home-maker
  79. ca dress or garnet (literally: rag) can be used as a compliment or insult
  80. cb ritual bath
  81. cc dirt
  82. cd a routine, behavior, especially an actor's
  83. ce disheveled, pathetic person
  84. cf circumcision ceremony
  85. cg vegetable stew, big deal, fuss
  86. ch for what? why?
  87. ci befuddled
  88. cj person of low standing, sloppy
  89. ck brother
  90. cl woman
  91. cm a clumsy person
  92. cn funmaker
  93. co big shot, wheeler/dealer
  94. cp a bore, jerk, carry or drag around
  95. cq again
  96. cr no
  97. cs exclamation meaning pain, disgust, astonishment or pleasure
  98. ct sabbath
  99. cu a little, a bit
  100. cv a busybody, gossip or meddler
  101. cw confused, mixed up
  102. cx luck, good fortune
  103. cy insignificant item, toy, ornament
  104. cz navel, belly button
  105. da a walk, a stroll, to stroll
  106. db to give
  107. dc common sense, street smarts
  108. dd to know
  109. de hard roll
  110. df nothing
  111. dg buttocks
  112. dh East European Jewish fold music
  113. di to stutter, bluff, cheat
  114. dj detestable person, very strong put-down
  115. dk to mumble
  116. dl a country bumpkin
  117. dm jitters, nerves, impatient
  118. dn guts, intestines
  119. do clenched, emotionally overwhelmed
  120. dp family
  121. dq to eat
  122. dr to sweat
  123. ds nose
  124. dt unleavened bread
  125. du chitchat, discuss informally
  126. dv sweet
  127. dw wealth, corny, overly decorated (literally: chicken fat used in cooking)
  128. dx peace, hello/goodbye
  129. dy dabble, experiment, fiddle around
  130. dz to fall down, to burst
  131. ea me
  132. eb nonsense, to put an end to
  133. ec screwed up
  134. ed father
  135. ee skullcap
  136. ef and
  137. eg very
  138. eh air
  139. ei cry
  140. ej a good deed
  141. ek faint from hunger
  142. el a non-Jewish boy, devilish boy, charmer
  143. em exclamation of disgust
  144. en nerve, daring, gall
  145. eo holiday (literally: a good day)
  146. ep daughter
  147. eq pest (literally: bed bug), unusually used regarding a child
  148. er mourner's prayer
  149. es to go
  150. et a not Jew, gentile
  151. eu a small town
  152. ev a shame, embarrassment