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Yiddish

Yid´dish
n.1.A language used by German and other Jews, being a Middle German dialect developed under Hebrew and Slavic influence. It is written in Hebrew characters.
Noun1.Yiddish - a dialect of High German including some Hebrew and other words; spoken in Europe as a vernacular by many Jews; written in the Hebrew script
bagel, beigel, chachka, chutzpa, chutzpah, chutzpanik, ganef, ganof, German, German language, gonif, goniff, High German, hutzpah, kibitzer, klutz, knish, knocker, kvetch, megillah, mensch, mensh, meshugaas, meshuggeneh, meshuggener, mishegaas, mishegoss, mishpachah, mishpocha, mushiness, nebbech, nebbish, nosh, nudnick, nudnik, pisha paysha, putz, schemozzle, schlemiel, schlimazel, schmaltz, schmalz, schmear, schmeer, schmegegge, schmo, schmuck, schnook, schtick, schtik, shemozzle, shlemiel, shlimazel, shmaltz, shmear, shmegegge, shmo, shmooze, shmuck, shnook, shtick, shtik, tchotchke, tsoris, tsuris, yenta
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Yezidee
Yezo
Yfere
Ygdrasil
Ygdrasyl
Yggdrasil
Yghe
YGMTPO
Ygo
Yground
Yholde
YHTWFWYWTS
YHVH
YHWH
Yi
Yid
-- Yiddish --
Yiddisher
Yield
yield up
Yieldable
Yieldance
Yielder
Yielding
Yielding and paying
yieldingly
Yieldless
Yift
Yin
yin and yang
yip
yips
Yis
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