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“In Jewish folklore, a dybbuk is a malicious possessing spirit, believed to be the dislocated...Dybbuk
“Yeshiva or yeshivah (pronounced /jəˈʃiːvə/; Hebrew: ישיבה, "sitting (n.)" ; pl. yeshivot or...Yeshiva
“Balabusta is a Yiddish expression describing a good homemaker among Ashkenazi Jews. The word...Balabusta
“Nusach (Hebrew: נוּסַח nosaħ, modern pronunciation nósakh or núsakh) is a concept in Judaism...Nusach
“Baal Shem in Hebrew translates as "Master of the Name", and is almost always used in reference...Baal Shem
“Gebrochts (Yiddish: געבראָכטס, lit. 'broken', also gebrokts) refers to matzo that has absorbed...Gebrochts
“The Shidduch (Hebrew: שִׁידּוּךְ, pl. shidduchim Hebrew: שִׁידּוּכִים, Aramaic שידוכין) is a...Shidduch
Pages in category "Yiddish words and phrases"
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