What are the names ofthe potato pancakes that people eat on Hanukkah?
In Yiddish: Latkes
In Hebrew: Levivot
The whole holiday is called Hanukkah; the individual days have no special names. If one wanted to refer to a particular day, it is called "the first day of Hanukkah" "the second day of Hankkah" etc. Some (mainly Hasidic) customarily refer to the last day of Hanukkah as "Zos Hanukkah" (lit. "this is Hanukkah") after the Torah portion read that day.
It depends which plant is used for the starch. Some of the names are simply based on the name of the plant. Some major examples are: Cassava (or Manioc): Tapioca, Farinha, Gari. Potato: Potato Starch. Sweet Potato: Sweet Potato Starch. Taro: Poi. Yam (not the same plant as Sweet Potato): Yam Starch. Arrowroot starch is made from a variety of different plants.
Which one of these were not names of dances in the 60's Hot Potato Monster Mash Mashed Potato The Squash The Frug The Jerk The Stroll The Limbo The Pony The Wiggle Wobble?
Dances common in the 1950s to 1970 included: "The Madison", "The Swim", the "Mashed Potato", "The Twist", "The Frug" (pronounced 'froog') and "The Wah Watusi", "The Shake" and "The Hitchhike" and several '60s dance crazes had animal names, like"The Pony", "The Dog" and "The Chicken" (not to be confused with the Chicken Dance which came later). Dee Dee Sharp - Mashed Potato Time The Wah Watusi