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8 Days of Giveaways! First Prize: Schlep Tote

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Categories: Chanukah, Hanukkah

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PopJudaica.com is celebrating Chanukah with 8 Days of Giveaways! Each day this week, beginning today, we'll be gifting one lucky blog reader with a special Chanukah gift.

The first prize is a Schlep Tote bag. Eco-friendly and uber chic, this tote will have all your friends kvelling!

To enter to win, leave your favorite Yiddish word in the comments section below by midnight PT tonight 12/21/08. We'll pick a winner at random and notify the winning entry via email.

**ENTRY FOR THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED**

80 Comments

i know i’m late, but meshuggenah

By Jill on December 22, 2008

Ungebluzen!!

By rivster on December 22, 2008

…mine is, in fact, “SCHLEP”!
and it perfectly describes me…

chloe

By Anonymous on December 22, 2008

schlemiel

By Malkie on December 21, 2008

Plotz

By Mike on December 21, 2008

Tough one…

I used to live K’vetch, but since the Trips have become experts…not so much.

I LOVE the way my daughter says Shvitzy – Sher-witz-see.

By Trip'n Mommy on December 21, 2008

Bubbemeis, is my favorite

By Greg on December 21, 2008

schvitz because it sounds like a “naughty” word but isn’t!

By MJ on December 21, 2008

I named my kitten Oliver-Shalom because I thought Aliva-Shulum (sp? may he/she rest in peace) was a guy’s name when I was a kid and didn’t understand why there were so many dead “Olivers”.

By Melissa on December 21, 2008

my favorite is nebbish. it sounds just like it is.

By SZYQZY on December 21, 2008

There are Yiddish words that simply do not have an equivalent in any language such as feh, nu?, kvell and kvetch. Then there are those that roll off the tongue so delightfully like alter kacker, meiskeit, dreck, ek velt, mechaieh and those that are extraordinarily expressive such as drey kop, kin a hora and guntzer macher. But if I must chose one, it would be my father’s favorite: “A nechtiger tog,” an impossibility, when pigs fly, etc.

By Susan C. Smith on December 21, 2008

My favourite Yiddish word is “fekakte”… I know I spelled it wrong… That or “alta kahker” — also spelled wrong…

By melba on December 21, 2008

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