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Yiddish Matchmaking Terms - chslions.com Yiddish Dictionary. $549,000. : What are you bothering me for? In the summer, Malky would complain about the black tights she had to wear, how hot a Middle Eastern July could be, and her mother would say, Well, hell is hotter.
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What is the yiddish word for matchmaking - Answers.com 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.
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What is the Yiddish word for matchmaker Need to translate 'matchmaker' to Yiddish? Here are 2 ways to say it.
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Yenta - Wikipedia Yenta or Yente (Yiddish: יענטאַ ) is a Yiddish designation for a woman who is a gentlewoman or noblewoman coming from the Yiddish translation of yenta to genteel/gentle. There is a mistaken belief that the word for a Jewish matchmaker is 'yenta' or 'yente'.
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What Is a Jewish Matchmaker Called? | Reference.com A Jewish matchmaker is called a shadchan if he is a male or a shadchanit if she is female. The tradition of matchmaking is known as shidduch. Professional matchmakers are paid to propose potential matches between singles, a tradition that has continued within the Orthodox Jewish community. There is.
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What does matchmaking mean? - Definitions.net Freebase (0.00 / 0 votes) Rate this definition:. Matchmaking. Matchmaking is the process of matching two people together, usually for the purpose of marriage, but the word is also used in the context of sporting events, such as boxing, and in business.
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What is yiddish for matchmaker - Answers.com Answer #1: Yiddish is a language derived form medieval German combined withHebrew and Aramaic and first spoken by the Wist Jews. It is written usingthe Hebrew alephbet. ====… Answer #2: Yiddish.
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Matchmaker Synonyms, Matchmaker Antonyms | Thesaurus.com The matchmaker gesticulated with his hands, and shrugged his shoulders. Sutoto was a member of the Berees, and there the mother was the matchmaker.