1976 ~ 2011  ~ 35th.  ANNIVERSARY

894 Prospect St. Glen Rock NJ  Tel: 1201 445-1186
A Traditional Kosher Delicatessen - Kosher Catering - Smoked Fish & Appetizing - Delicatessen & Culinary Dining

The Supervisor

Yiddish in America  Concepts & Opinions   Customs & Individuals  Daily Terms  Feeling & Emotions & Mood 

Friends and Relationships  Greetings & Nasty Curses  Delicacies - Maucholim

Other People  Yiddish Expressions  Zodiac   The Weater  Numbers & Days of the Week

The Noshing Experience photo contest
Submit your Noshing Experience photo on your Facebook page
then share it on the Kosher Nosh Facebook wall and you're entered to wine a Dinner for 2

Be the Winner

The History and Development of Yiddish

Since the Yiddish word is being transliterated using the English alphabet, it's a "best guess" process anyway.  I assume phonetically based, instead of a strict Hebrew character to English character mapping. Thus, your spelling is as "proper" as other variations of spelling that a person may come up with.

We are always under construction