Both Salamon and Bauer said they were unaware of this Yiddish invasion of hip-hop.
Cohen speaks Hebrew rather than Yiddish—his grandmother lives in Haifa and his mother was born in Israel.
The men spoke to each other in Yiddish, the tongue Satmar Hasidim use in work, worship, and family life.
In Paris, a new generation of entrepreneurs are launching initiatives to perpetuate the Yiddish way of life.
Not that the Connecticut senator would describe his decision to retire with that Yiddish term.
It is worthy of note that with one exception the actors identified with the beginnings of the Yiddish stage are still the best.
Ink was cheap, and the epistle, in Yiddish, occupied me for many hot summer hours.
Up to five years ago he was the editor of a Yiddish radical weekly.
The Yiddish newspapers of the day were excellent, and my father subscribed to the best of them.
He spoke in Yiddish, and she answered in English, interspersed with the same dialect.
1875, from Yiddish yidish, from Middle High German jüdisch "Jewish" (in phrase jüdisch deutsch "Jewish-German"), from jude "Jew," from Old High German judo, from Latin Judaeus (see Jew). The English word has been re-borrowed in German as jiddisch.