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In Yiddish

How do you say but in Yiddish?

Memisht - מערנישט or, if you mean but as in "however," it's ober אָבער or if you mean as in "only" it's nayert נײַערט
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In Judaism

How did yiddish begin?

During Roman Times, the Holy Temple in Jerusalem was destroyed. This angered the Jews of the area (who by the way spoke Aramaic, a language similar to Hebrew and the lingua fr (MORE)
In Yiddish

Where are Yiddish people from?

Yiddish is a Germanic language that is spoken by Ashkenazi Jews. Native speakers typically come from Eastern and Central European countries like Russia, Ukraine, Poland, and t (MORE)
In Yiddish

What does yiddish mean?

Yiddish refers to a language based loosely on German that was spoken by Jews in Central and Eastern Europe. Yiddish is the Yiddish word for "Jewish".
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In Yiddish

Yiddish word for grandmother?

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-beh). Grand (MORE)
In Yiddish

How do you say friend in Yiddish?

  There are two words in Yiddish for a friend.   The first is "khaver", with the throat-clearing "ach" sound associated with German and Liverpudlian English. The plural (MORE)
In Yiddish

What is yiddish?

Answer #1:   Yiddish is a language derived form medieval German combined with  Hebrew   and Aramaic and first spoken by the Wist Jews. It is written using  the Hebre (MORE)
In Judaism

I love you in yiddish?

איך האָב דיך ליב- ikh hob dikh lib That is what you will most commonly hear, and is the best answer, but it is possible you will hear the phrase with the dative (MORE)
In Yiddish

Where is Yiddish spoken?

Mostly in largely chassidic Jewish areas both in and outside of  Israel, like Kiryas Joel.
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In Judaism

How to say Yiddish for happy Passover?

Many Yiddish speakers would offer the wish in Hebrew, and say "KHAG  kah-SHARE v'sah-MAY-akh" ... literally "a kosher and joyful  festival".    Others would offer the (MORE)