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  1. as long asabi

          

  2. pedigree, lineageyichis

          

  3. lost, gone astray, confusedfarblondget

          

  4. suffix denoting kind of person or thing (ex. neatnik)schmuck

          

  5. filled pancakelox

          

  6. exclamation of disgustfeh

          

  7. big shot, wheeler/dealerchai

          

  8. a young squirtabi

          

  9. womanliebe

          

  10. whatshlext

          

  11. detestable person, very strong put-downschmuck

          

  12. common sense, street smartsmatzo

          

  13. life, the number 18gedenk

          

  14. novuss

          

  15. nonsense, to put an end tokibosh

          

  16. potato pancaketoches

          

  17. to givegeb

          

  18. smoked salmonlox

          

  19. luckmazel

          

  20. a busybody, gossip or meddlermaxer

          

  21. complain, a complainerxallish

          

  22. yesshnoz

          

  23. skullcapyarmulka

          

  24. extremely tastygedenk

          

  25. to knowgutt

          

  26. confused, mixed upshmaychl

          

  27. misfortunebrokh

          

  28. to smileshmaychl

          

  29. grandmothergedenk

          

  30. a decent fellowmensch

          

  31. a little, a bitshtetl

          

  32. hard rolldertzeyl

          

  33. pretty, preciousshayna

          

  34. not Kosher, uncleanlatke

          

  35. noseneyn

          

  36. chitchat, discuss informallykibitz

          

  37. a country bumpkinchaim yankel

          

  38. togetheresn

          

  39. ritual bathnebbish

          

  40. to stutter, bluff, cheatkvell

          

  41. veryliebe

          

  42. dress or garnet (literally: rag) can be used as a compliment or insultshtik

          

  43. mourner's prayertummler

          

  44. female boss, capable home-makershlemazl

          

  45. darling, sweetheart, usually for a young personpotshke

          

  46. peace, hello/goodbyeshalom

          

  47. a clumsy personmadela

          

  48. to mumblefumfer

          

  49. dabble, experiment, fiddle aroundmaven

          

  50. a bore, jerk, carry or drag aroundzudik

          

  51. for what? why?tata

          

  52. to be delighted, beamtokhter

          

  53. calamity, troubletsurris

          

  54. schoolyeshiva

          

  55. faint from hungerklug

          

  56. burning, zealousfarbrent

          

  57. unleavened breadmatzo

          

  58. to idle around and talk shopplotz

          

  59. flattery, to bribe (literally: to spread)shmeer

          

  60. holiday (literally: a good day)yuntov

          

  61. vegetable stew, big deal, fusskishkes

          

  62. funmakertummler

          

  63. a young girlpisher

          

  64. sweetzis

          

  65. crymir

          

  66. befuddledshlext

          

  67. to goken

          

  68. synagoguevider

          

  69. an old codgeralter kocker

          

  70. wherevu

          

  71. exclamation, "how terrible"oy vey

          

  72. noodle or potato dumplingkugel

          

  73. a food, bungler, unluckyshlemazl

          

  74. insignificant item, toy, ornamenttchotchke

          

  75. smart or cleverbagel

          

  76. language of central and eastern European JewryYiddish

          

  77. biggrosse

          

  78. andshmutz

          

  79. againgutt

          

  80. alwaysmit

          

  81. to laughlax

          

  82. prayer shawlzayda

          

  83. a small townmikvah

          

  84. a sad sacknebbish

          

  85. to playshpil

          

  86. prepared food or where it is solddeli

          

  87. pest (literally: bed bug), unusually used regarding a childferklempt

          

  88. guts, intestineskishkes

          

  89. question: what? what do you mean?nu

          

  90. remembergedenk

          

  91. bigshot, someone who things they are importantknaker

          

  92. buttockstoches

          

  93. meveyn

          

  94. sabbathshabbas

          

  95. clenched, emotionally overwhelmedglick

          

  96. jitters, nerves, impatientshpilkes

          

  97. moneyshnoz

          

  98. pride and joy, delightnaxes

          

  99. worldvelt

          

  100. wealth, corny, overly decorated (literally: chicken fat used in cooking)shmaltz

          

  101. to tellgeb

          

  102. thief, rascalgoniff

          

  103. circumcision ceremonytsurris

          

  104. badyo

          

  105. a shame, embarrassmentlox

          

  106. buttocks, rear-endzudik

          

  107. luck, good fortunebrokh

          

  108. person of low standing, sloppykibosh

          

  109. a not Jew, gentilebissel

          

  110. dirtshmutz

          

  111. withshmutz

          

  112. navel, belly buttonpupik

          

  113. a walk, a stroll, to strollshpatzir

          

  114. foolvelt

          

  115. to eatesn

          

  116. familymishpoxa

          

  117. screwed upvakakta

          

  118. nothingvider

          

  119. grandfatherbubbe

          

  120. exclamation meaning pain, disgust, astonishment or pleasurefeh

          

  121. expert, connaisseurmaven

          

  122. exclamation of help or feartsurris

          

  123. a routine, behavior, especially an actor'sshpatzir

          

  124. daughtertata

          

  125. disheveled, pathetic personzhlub

          

  126. lovemir

          

  127. to gag, vomitbrech

          

  128. garbage, something of poor quilitydreck

          

  129. to becomealeixem

          

  130. slipshlext

          

  131. nothing, zilch, not a thingbubkes

          

  132. friendun

          

  133. airshmutz

          

  134. crazy person, nutsshayna

          

  135. a good deedmitzvah

          

  136. happy occasionmadela

          

  137. nerve, daring, gallmadela

          

  138. East European Jewish fold musicklezmer

          

  139. cozy, homey, familiarhamish

          

  140. juicy, plump, buxomzaftig

          

  141. to youaleixem

          

  142. brothertzuzamen

          

  143. to fall down, to burstkvell

          

  144. goodyold

          

  145. friendpunim

          

  146. fathershvester

          

  147. a non-Jewish woman, seductressshikse

          

  148. a snack, to snacknosh

          

  149. sistershvester

          

  150. a non-Jewish boy, devilish boy, charmersheygets

          

  151. to sweatshvitz

          

  152. facepunim

          

  153. in accordance with Jewish dietary lawgoy