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Yiddush (ייִדיש yidish or אידיש idish, literally: "Jewish") is a non-territorial Germanic language, spoken throughout the world and written with the Hebrew alphabet. It originated in the Ashkenazi culture that developed from about the 10th century in central and eastern Europe, and spread via emigration to other continents.
A Shtunk: A guy who doesn't smell too good; a stink (bad odor); a lousy human

A biseleh:  A very little

A breyreh hob ich:
I have no alternative

A breyte deye hob'n: To do all the talking (To have the greatest say or authority)

A broch: Oh hell! Damn it! A curse!

A broch tsu dir: A curse on you! Your life should be a disaster

A brocheh: A blessing

A chazer bleibt a chazer: A pig remains a pig

A choleryeh ahf dir: A plague on you! (Lit., wishing someone to get cholera.)

A chorbn: Oh, what a disaster; Oh S**T! (an expletive)

A deigeh hob ich: I don't care. I should worry.

A farshlepteh krenk: A chronic ailment

A feier zol im trefen: He should burn up! (Lit., A fire should meet him.)

A finstere cholem auf dein kopf und auf dein hent und fiss: (a horrible wish on someone) A dark dream (nightmare) on your head, hands and feet!

A foiler tut in tsveyen: A lazy person has to do a task twice

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