What's Your Favorite Yiddish Word?

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  1. schlep
    Suggested by   @linzamauve
  2. Chazerai
  3. Keppy
    Head
    Suggested by   @john
  4. Chutzpah
    Suggested by   @leah
  5. Machatunim: your child's in-laws!
    Suggested by   @ouizoid
  6. Alter Kocker / Alter Kaker
    Suggested by   @DebiPal
  7. Mensch
    Suggested by   @DebiPal
  8. Shiksa
    Suggested by   @DebiPal
  9. Schlemiel or schlamazel!
    Suggested by   @Mary
  10. You lay your keppy down when you want to go schluffy.
    Suggested by   @THEToughCookie
  11. Mitn derinnen: In the meantime
    Suggested by   @THEToughCookie
  12. Oysgeschrprait: manspreading (or womanspreading)
    Suggested by   @THEToughCookie
  13. Pupik - belly button
    Suggested by   @Salomon
  14. Yenta. C'mon.
    Suggested by   @WEGWolff
  15. Schvitzing=heavy sweating
    Suggested by   @Jed
  16. Gay Avek- go away
    Suggested by   @trailingpapers
  17. Shpatzir - a stroll or wander
    I use this often.
    Suggested by   @tothemaxxx
  18. Bubbe - Grandmother
    Or a term of endearment used between friends @miggles36 @tothemaxxx and @webstergoldman
    Suggested by   @tothemaxxx
  19. Haymisha -- homey, welcoming, warm feeling
    Suggested by   @sally
  20. Moxie
    Guts as in, 'she's got some guts'
    Suggested by   @MirandaJones
  21. Tuchus
    Suggested by   @saraobery
  22. Ungapatchka
    Suggested by   @feerst