Yiddish Terms

Can you name the Yiddish Terms?

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To nibble; a light snack
Oh no! Oh my! Wow!
To drag, traditionally something you don't really need
Often used as an insulting word for a self-made fool, but you shouldn't use it in polite company at all, since it refers to male anatomy
Rear end, bottom, backside, buttocks
Female busybody or gossip
A long, involved sales pitch
A clumsy, inept person
Insanity or craziness
An honorable, decent person, an authentic person, a person who helps you when you need help
EnglishYiddish
Complain, whine, or fret
A minor problem or error
Grandmother
Chat, make small talk, converse about nothing in particular
Something you're known for doing
Supreme self-confidence
A derogatory term meaning gentile
To sweat
An inexpensive trinket, atoy. Can also mean a sexy but brainless girl.

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