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28Lillian Mermin Feinsilver, The Taste of Yiddish (Ne. .explain in their introduc-tion, The pronunciations given in Dictionary Shmictionary! are based on what 27John Zorn, liner notes to The String Quartets, Tzadik Records, 1999
28Lillian Mermin Feinsilver, The Taste of Yiddish (Ne.explain in their introduc-tion, The pronunciations given in Dictionary Shmictionary! are based on what 27John Zorn, liner notes to The String Quartets, Tzadik Records, 1999. 28Lillian Mermin Feinsilver, The Taste of Yiddish (New York: Thomas Yoseloff, 1970). Publication Date: 2006. Publication Name: Shofar: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Jewish Studies.
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The Taste of Yiddish, by Lillian Feinsilver Publication: Reading, Berks County, PA, USA. Date: Sep 19 1971. Publication: London, England, United Kingdom.
The words and expressions recorded are those actually spoken by the author's mother. Mumme Loohshen - An Anatomy of Yiddish, by Joseph Witriol. 11 August ·. My late father, Joseph Witriol, wrote an unpublished book, Mumme Loohshen – An Anatomy of Yiddish. To indicate dismissal of someone else’s hypothesis, as I propose, with great respect, doing with Mrs Lillian Mermin Feinsilver’s statement in her The Taste of Yiddish that derma ( kishke, Polish kiszka gut ) presumably comes from the Latin word for skin, one can use the vehr meer, voohss meer formula, who to me, what to me.
Yiddish and American English . 13. Lillian Mermin Feinsilver. Yiddish Idioms in American English
Yiddish and American English. Chicago Jewish Forum XIV (1955-56), 71-76. 10. Weinreich, Uriel. Linguistic Convergence in Immigrant America . Fishman also refers briefly to the topic of Yiddish movement in English on either p. 76 or 78 of his Yiddish: Turning to Life, ia : John Benjamins Publishing Company, 1991. in IJSL 30 (1981), 5-16,; see . examples on p. 15, last paragraph. Yiddish Idioms in American English. American Speech 37 (1962, 200-206.
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