What does Landsman mean in Yiddish?
noun, plural lands·leit [lahnts-lahyt], English lands·men. Yiddish. a person from the same town, geographical area, region, etc., as another; compatriot.
What does Lanceman mean?
: a soldier armed with a lance or pike.
What is a Shika in Hebrew?
1 often disparaging : a non-Jewish girl or woman. 2 : a Jewish girl or woman who does not observe Jewish precepts —used especially by Orthodox Jews.
Is a kine?
A plural of cow1. of cū, cow; see cow1.] …
What is a Landsman in the Navy?
“Landsman” was the lowest rate of the United States Navy in the 19th and early 20th centuries; it was given to new recruits with little or no experience at sea. Landsmen performed menial, unskilled work aboard ship. A landsman who gained three years of experience or re-enlisted could be promoted to ordinary seaman.
What means Goya?
Filters. Bitter melon (edible fruit, especially as it is eaten by Okinawans)