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THANK YOU TO KEN HOLLAND FOR HIS FABULOUS ADDITIONS TO OUR YIDDISH LIST (they made us chuckle)
New words to include in your list of handy Yiddish words to know, so I figured I would send you three that I didn't see in your list, but I think are useful, or at least nice to know. My mother and grandmothers spoke Yiddish and I use some expressions to this day. The spellings may not be correct, but I can't help that
Faygelitseiler: daydreamer (literally, "fairy counter" I believe)
Fehrblunghent: pouting, as in my mother saying to me, "Wipe that fehrblunghent look off your face right now unless you want a good, hard potsch across your tuchus!!"
and finally, when my brother or I asked her what was for dinner (when it was obvious what she was cooking) she would sometimes say, "Drek mit layber" (sh*t with liver). My mother, may she rest in peace, said this with a mix of sarcasm and humor. Oh, and she used the word "drek" to mean excrement (an ugly word all by itself, it seems to me). Maybe where her family came from Minsk and Odessa, that's what the word meant.
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