What is nudge in Yiddish?

What is a noodge?

(Entry 1 of 2) : pester, nag whose socially ambitious daughter noodges him to seek admission to the exclusive Bushwood Country Club— Glenn Collins.

What is a Nuge?

A person who persistently pesters, annoys, or complains. noun. 3. Noodge is defined as to nag or annoy with constant complaining. An example of noodge is children on a road trip asking “are we there yet?” over and over and over again.

What is a Nudzh?

(slang) A whiner, a noodge.

Is nudge a bad word?

A: The Times usually spells the word “noodge,” but “nudge” does show up every once in a while, according to our searches of the newspaper’s online archive. Some standard dictionaries include both spellings of the word, which is a noun for a nag or whiner and a verb meaning to pester or complain.

Is Schmuck a bad word?

Although schmuck is considered an obscene term in Yiddish, it has become a common American idiom for “jerk” or “idiot”. It can be taken as offensive, however, by some Jews, particularly those with strong Yiddish roots.

What is Naches in Yiddish?

Naches (נחת) is a Yiddish word that means “pride” or “joy.” Typically naches refers to the pride or joy that a child brings a parent.

What does Chaleria mean in Yiddish?

Definitions. n. Plague or cholera (literal or metaphorical). n. “Wreck,” in the phrase “nervous choleria.” A person who behaves wildly or badly, such as a mischievous child.

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