- n. 意第绪语（中东欧犹太人及其在各国的后裔说的一种从高地德语派生的语言）
- adj. 意第绪语的；犹太人的
- Yiddish (n.)
- 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. As an adjective from 1886. Related: Yiddishism.
- 1. I couldn't read or understand a word of Yiddish, so I asked him to translate.
- 2. I will not write down his real name even in this bothersome Yiddish - letter cipher.
- 3. Shvitzer - Yiddish: someone who sweats a lot, especially a nervous seducer.
- 依地语: 一个汗如雨下的人, 尤指一个紧张的玩弄女人者.
- 4. If you play with a cat, you must not mind her scratch. -- Yiddish Proverb.
- 不入虎穴, 焉得虎子(想和猫玩就别怕猫抠 ) - 犹太谚语.
- 5. Yiddish and Luxem - bourgian are offshoots of German, and Afrikaans is based on Dutch.
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