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Chutzpah
חוצפּה (khutspe)
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audacity, "ballsy"
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Glitch
גליטשן (glitshn)
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a minor malfunction
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Goyim
גוים (goyim)
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a non Jew
"goyim" is the plural form of "goy." Goy means non-jew, but also means, "ethno," someone who lives in the world other than Israel. Goyim = Ethnos, meaning "nations." Of itself, the term is neutral, but it can be used as a pejorative. Comment by: a non-jew   
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Kibitz
קיבעצן (kibetsn)
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unwanted advice
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Klutz
קלאָץ (klots)
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clumsy person
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Kvetch
קװעטשן (kvetshn)
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to complain incessantly
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maloche
maloche
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pronounciation: mahlokh(e) , meaning: hard work
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Maven
מבֿין (meyvn)
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expert, know-it-all
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Mazel
מזל (mazl)
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luck
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Mentsch
מענטש (mentsh)
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an upright man
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Meshuga
משוגע (meshuge)
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crazy, lunatic
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Nebbish
נעבעך (nebekh)
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an insignificant person, "a nobody"
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Nosh
נאַשן (nashn)
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a snack
Erm, in NY and environs nosh is fairly common for eating a snack... as in "I could go for a nosh." It comes from Yiddish 'nashn' and High German 'naschen'. So if you're in NY, no that nice Jewish girl is not offering to blow you. Just saying. Comment by: MaryRoyale   
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Nudnik
נודניק (nudnik)
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an annoying person
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Putz
פּאָץ (pots)
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penis
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Schlock
שלאק (shlak)
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a shoddy item
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Schmaltz
שמאַלץ (shmalts)
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sentimentality, literally melted chicken fat
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Schmegeggy
שמעגעגע (schmegege)
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idiot, "dickhead"
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Schmooze
שמועסן (shmuesn)
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chat, "yak"
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Schnozz
שנויץ (shnoyts)
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big nose
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Schvartze
שוואַרץ (shvarts)
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black people
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Shegetz
שײגעץ (sheygets)
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a young non-Jewish male (deragatory)
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Shiksa
שיקסע (shikse)
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a young non-Jewish female (deragatory)
After a reading in Montreal, someone stood up and asked [Mordecai Richler] 'how come' he'd married 'a shiksa.' There was a pause--a hush as the audience registered the offence--and then Mordecai said, with chilling forbearance, 'Because I love her.'
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Shlong
שלאַנג (shlang)
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penis, "dick"
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Spiel
שפּיל (shpil)
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a sales pitch
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