What is the Yiddish word for grandmother?
Grandmother = bubbe (בובע)
Bubbe or Baba
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Babba or bubbe
Depending on your dialect, the Yiddish word for grandmother could be either bobe ( pronounced something close to BAW-beh) or bube ( pronounced something close to BOO-be…h). Grandfather is zeyde ( pronounced something close to ZEY -deh). The word for grandparents is a combination of both: bobe-zeyde.
'Bubbe' pronoucned 'Buh be' is the word for grandmother in Yiddish A regional variant is 'babba'
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If you mean "schvitz" it is the Yiddish word for "sweat". Thanks, but I do not mean that. I understand a "shvis" is some kind of head covering worn by religious women. I a…m seeking a description and/or photograph. Then maybe you are confounding the words "snood," a head covering sort of like a very loose beret, and loosely knit, that Orthodox women sometimes wear, with "shaytel," the Yiddish word for "wig," which means the wig that Orthodox women use to cover their hair sometimes. There is no rule for how hair must be covered, among Orthodox Jews, other than that married women must cover their hair.
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